Former Co-Chief of the SEC’s Asset Management Unit Joins Dechert’s Washington, D.C., Office

Anthony S. Kelly, former Co‑Chief of the Enforcement Division’s Asset Management Unit at the SEC, has joined Dechert as a partner in Washington, D.C. Drawing on his experience at the SEC, Kelly will focus his practice on investigations and securities litigation, with an emphasis on matters concerning the asset management industry. For statements by Kelly while he was at the SEC, see “How Investment Managers Can Advertise Sub-Adviser Performance Without Violating SEC Rules” (Dec. 1, 2016); “SEC Settlements Highlight Need for Managers to Verify Performance Claims of Others Prior to Use” (Sep. 22, 2016); “Proper Disclosure of Fee and Expense Allocations Is Crucial for Managers to Avoid SEC Enforcement Action” (Sep. 1, 2016); and “SEC Division Heads Enumerate Enforcement Priorities, Including Conflicts of Interest, Valuation, Performance Advertising and CCO Liability (Part Two of Two)” (May 5, 2016).

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