In its 2016 Alternative Fund Manager Compliance Survey, ACA Compliance Group (ACA) covered various issues pertinent to hedge fund and illiquid private fund managers. ACA’s Brian Lattanzio, a senior compliance analyst and private equity associate, and Danielle Joseph, a senior principal consultant, discussed the survey results in a recent webinar. This article, the second in a two-part series, explores the survey findings concerning the custody of fund assets and certificated securities; procedures around and types of fees charged by illiquid fund managers; steps to safeguard assets; and personal trading. The summarized the survey’s results pertaining to SEC examinations; compliance staffing and budgeting; compliance reviews, testing and training; and anti-money laundering and sanctions compliance. For additional insights from ACA experts, see “” (Oct. 22, 2015); and “” (Oct. 1, 2015).
Feb. 2, 2017
ACA 2016 Compliance Survey Addresses Custody; Fee Policies and Arrangements; Safeguarding of Assets; and Personal Trading (Part Two of Two)
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