How Studying SEC Enforcement Trends Can Help Hedge Fund Managers Prepare for SEC Examinations and Investigations

In a recent interview with the Hedge Fund Law Report, Patricia A. Poglinco and Robert G. Van Grover, partners at Seward & Kissel, discussed the types of activities the SEC is targeting when bringing enforcement actions against hedge and other fund managers. They also explored the evolving nature of SEC investigations and what hedge fund managers can do to prepare for these examinations. These are among the issues that Poglinco and Van Grover will explore in greater depth as they each moderate panels at the upcoming “Private Funds Forum” co-hosted by Seward & Kissel and Bloomberg BNA to be held on September 15, 2016. For additional insight from Poglinco, see “How Do Regulatory Investigations Affect the Hedge Fund Audit Process, Investor Redemptions, Reporting of Loss Contingencies and Management Representation Letters?” (Jan. 22, 2015). For commentary from Van Grover, see “Are Hedge Fund Managers Required to Disclose the Existence or Outcome of Regulatory Examinations to Current or Potential Investors?” (Sep. 16, 2011); “Implications for Hedge Fund Managers of Recent Insider Trading Enforcement Initiatives (Part One of Three)” (Feb. 25, 2011); and our three-part series entitled “How Can Hedge Fund Managers Structure Their In-House Marketing Activities to Avoid a Broker Registration Requirement?”: Part One (Sep. 12, 2013); Part Two (Sep. 19, 2013); and Part Three (Sep. 26, 2013).

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