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How Can a Small Advisory Practice Economically Be as Cyber-Secure as Possible?

Cybersecurity is a risk that applies to firms both large and small without discrimination. Even very small advisory firms, which I’ll define as having one to five staff for purposes of this discussion, have a wealth of information worth safeguarding. Cybercrime is often a crime of opportunity. Hackers are metaphorically going door to door (computer … Continued

Will We See Liquidity Risk Management Programs in Europe Soon?

In an article posted by Ignites Europe, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) in Luxembourg declared that it has “stepped up its supervisory focus on the liquidity aspects that are related to the recent developments” of Neil Woodford’s flagship fund and H2O Asset Management, an affiliate of Natixis Asset Management. In the U.S., … Continued

How an LPA’s Definition of Organizational Expenses Can Connect to a Custody Rule Violation

For private fund advisers, fee and expense reviews are a cornerstone to a sound compliance program. The SEC repeatedly reinforces this axiom, and a recent SEC Settlement Order highlights how the lack of such reviews and the misclassification of expenses can lead to a Custody Rule violation. In this case, according to the Settlement Order, … Continued