ACA is pleased to present, Six Months into the Liquidity Risk Management Program Rule, a white paper examining the points of consideration for fund complexes and their advisers that have surfaced in the six months since the rule took effect.
Six months ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) adopted new requirements under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (“IC Act”) to require registered open-end investment companies, including open-end exchange-traded funds (“ETFs”) but excluding money market funds, to implement a liquidity risk management program.
Discover what we’ve learned so far and what to keep in mind for the coming months.
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- Prospectus Disclosure Changes
- Planning for Program Adoption
- Rules for Individuals or Committees
- The Importance of Technology
- Considerations for Sub-Advisers
- Highly Liquid Investment Minimums
- Challenges Facing Exchange-Traded Funds
Webcast Series for Investment Companies
To learn more about the requirements of the Investment Company Act of 1940 watch our complimentary Investment Company Training Series here:
- Investment Company Training Series – Liquidity Rule Requirements
- Investment Company Training Series – Reporting Modernization Rules
- Investment Company Act for New Fund Advisers and Sub-Advisers
- Investment Company Act for New Fund Sponsors: Governance and Beyond
For more information about the Liquidity Risk Management Program Rule or any of our Investment Company Services, please contact Maureen Colligan at (617) 589-0904 or email@example.com.