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On the topic of SEC Deficiency Letters, if you have received one, you must promptly take corrective action. The SEC will not tolerate inappropriate delay. The SEC recently imposed an $8 million civil penalty on an adviser who, among other things, failed to promptly take corrective action in its Form ADV filing, following receipt of a Deficiency Letter that described omissions and misstatements in Form ADV Part 2A and Part 2B.
If you have not let Ascendant help you develop your Compliance Program and prepare for your SEC Exam, it is not too late. Let us assist you in responding to the SEC’s Deficiency Letter. Our staff can assist you on an expedited basis, and help you avoid an Enforcement Action.
Post by Eugenie Warner
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