On March 16, 2022 Managing Partner Michelle Jacko will be speaking on “Navigating the Various Standards of Care/Conduct,” for the 2022 NSCP Virtual Educational Seminar.… Read More
On March 3, 2022 Managing Partner Michelle Jacko will be speaking on “Back to Basics Track: Annual Reviews,” for the 2022 Investment Adviser Compliance Conference. During this session, Michelle an her co-panelists will discuss, “How the process of assessing the adequacy of policies … Read More
Managing Partner Michelle Jacko will be speaking on the “SEC’s New IA Ad Rule,” for Regulatory Compliance Watch’s Webinar on March 22, 2022. Join the webinar to ensure you and your firm are prepared for the November compliance deadline for … Read More
This month’s Risk Management Tip will focus on guidance from our Managing Partner, Michelle Jacko, who discusses the evolution of regulatory considerations for serving senior investors.… Read More
Fund Managers have quite a bit of responsibility to manage and it can be overwhelming to comply with the patchwork of federal and state laws, regulations, statutes, opinion letters, and duties that govern their activities.
In a perfect world, your preparation for a regulatory exam would begin no later than the first day your firm is open for business. Every adviser registered under Section 203 of the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the ’40 Act) is required to make and keep accurate books and records relating to its investment advisory business.
One of the more frequently asked questions our team at Jacko Law Group, PC (“JLG”) answers is whether to (and how to) respond when contacted by the state or federal securities regulators, including the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”).