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Noon ET, Thursday, September 17, 2009

Hedge fund registration is coming, and with it a stepped-up regulatory environment that will hold managers responsible for new reporting and compliance requirements. Are you prepared?

Join us for an informative 90-minute discussion on this critical topic, where you'll learn the answers to questions like:
  • What will the SEC's recordkeeping expectations be?
  • What should you be doing right now to prepare for registration?
  • What will the registration process be?
  • What kind of time, research and monetary investment should you expect to answer the SEC's questions?
Plus, our panel of experts will also answer your questions.

Our expert panel includes:

Marc E. Elovitz, Partner, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP

Mr. Elovitz is an expert in regulatory compliance and enforcement concerning matters associated with investment advisory services, trading and anti-money laundering. He regularly represents clients in connection with investigations and enforcement actions involving the SEC, NYSE and NASD, and private actions.


William G. Mulligan, Jr., Chairman and CEO, HedgeOp Compliance

Prior to founding the Group on January 1, 2001, Mr. Mulligan was an associate in the Investment Management Group of Seward & Kissel LLP for almost six years. At S&K, he specialized in the formation and structuring of private investment funds and private equity products. Bill also represented both registered and unregistered investment advisers while assisting clients in addressing CFTC-related matters. He handled the listing of private investment funds on both U.S. and non-U.S. exchanges, advising clients about ongoing SEC filing requirements, as well as providing overall securities, corporate and tax advice to the firm's clients.


Gary Watkins, Partner, ACA Compliance Group

Mr. Watkins is a founding partner of ACA Compliance Group and is located in the Richmond office. His primary responsibilities include conducting mock inspections of investment advisers and hedge funds. Mr. Waktins also assists ACA clients in responding to SEC deficiency letters, reviewing best execution and trading practices, preparing advertisements that comply with the federal securities laws and developing customized policies and procedures. In addition, he has liaised with the SEC on behalf of his clients during regulatory inspections. A frequent speaker at industry seminars, he also writes articles related to compliance issues.

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