Investment advisers are faced with the ongoing challenge of ensuring compliance with the numerous rules and regulations governing their books and records. A recent ACA Compliance Group (ACA) program offered a comprehensive overview of the documents and records that investment advisers are required to maintain, focusing on ways advisers can ensure that those records be complete, accessible and in the proper form in the event of an SEC examination. The program featured Beth Manzi, chief operating officer of private fund administrator PEF Services LLC, and Theodore E. Eichenlaub, partner at ACA. This second article in our two-part series considers the electronic storage of records, document destruction, testing of compliance programs and SEC examinations. The first article discussed the regulatory background surrounding the maintenance of adviser-specific records, including corporate and accounting documents; marketing documents; and emails. For additional insights from ACA, see our two-part series “A Roadmap for Advisers to Comply With Marketing and Advertising Regulations”: Part One (Aug. 3, 2017); and Part Two (Aug. 10, 2017).