Enforcement Action against Private Equity Fund Manager Highlights Five Aspects of the SEC’s Thinking on Allocation of Expenses

The SEC recently charged a private equity fund manager with failing to allocate expenses between the two portfolio companies in the manner prescribed by its own expense allocation policy.  The matter is notable for highlighting at least five aspects of the SEC’s thinking on allocation of fund and portfolio company expenses.

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