Hedge funds partner Deborah Monson (Chicago) was quoted extensively on the National Futures Association regulatory examination process and discusses strategies to prepare for and manage NFA examinations, in the commodities law section of a recently published book titled Financial Regulation and Compliance: How to Manage Competing and Overlapping Regulatory Oversight. The book, published in July 2015, is written by David Kotz, former Inspector General of the SEC. Ms. Monson’s perspectives, derived from deep and broad experience advising a full array of asset managers on futures and derivatives law over the course of 30 years, are essential to the book’s aims to prepare financial firms to “respond appropriately to regulatory requirements … ensure internal accountability, and establish an ethical culture throughout the organization.”
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