Widely regarded as the most comprehensive and penetrating analysis of the regulation surrounding investment advisers and companies, The Regulation of Money Managers, Second Edition provides unsurpassed guidance for legal counsel in the field. Newly revised and now in a looseleaf format, The Regulation of Money Managers, Second Edition keeps you up-to-date with all significant new and proposed SEC rules, no-action letters, and interpretive releases, as well as important cases and relevant regulation from other agencies. Among the crucial topics and developments covered, you'll find: - Insider trading - What constitutes qfinancial adviceq in the employer/employee relationship - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act - The structure and organization of investment companies - The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 - The U.S.A. Patriot Act - Conditions under which foreign investment companies may offer their securities in the United States - Governance issues - The SEC's rules and regulations implementing legislation that divided the responsibilities of regulating advisers among the states and the commission - Discount brokerage services - Internet trading issues - Conflicts of interest - Money market funds - How to avoid Federal Reserve Board jurisdiction - Custody of clients' funds - Stock appreciation rights if your practice involves the management of investments or investment companies, you'll find everything you need in this virtually inexhaustible resource.One such measure is provided by the CFA Institute, formerly the Association for Investment Management and ... Standards of Practices Handbook, The Code of Ethics and The Standards of Professional Conduct with Commentary andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Regulation of Money Managers|
|Author||:||Tamar Frankel, Ann Taylor Schwing|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2000-12-01|