Tag: shareholder disclosure

Short-Termism, the EU Shareholder Rights Directive, and Their Relevance to Shareholder Disclosure

Recent consultative processes in Europe and the United States reflect the interest being shown by regulators around the world in the problem of “short-termism” in capital markets. Seen by concerned parties as the promotion of an unhealthy obsession with short-term gains, at the expense of long-term allocations that would ultimately provide greater benefits to companies, … Continued

Early Impressions on Regulation Best Interest, Form CRS

One week after the SEC adopted Regulation Best Interest and Form CRS, a Cincinnati roundtable hosted by Fort Washington Investment Advisors, Inc. Private Funds & Regulatory Compliance Manager Andre Rickman ran through early impressions of the new rules and their accompanying Interpretive Releases with a very interested group. CSS Regulatory Compliance Expert Greg Hotaling opened … Continued

Shareholder Monitoring and Disclosures: Keeping One Step Ahead of the Front Office

Fresh from our London conference “Looking at the Year Ahead – Global Compliance and Data Priorities” – a rousing success! – we’ll cover takeaways from a key panel discussion on shareholder monitoring and disclosures. Two of the best in the business were in the house (or should we say “in the brewery,” an amazing London … Continued


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