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SEC Proposes Extending Securities Offering Reforms to Closed-End Funds and Business Development Companies

On March 20, 2019, the SEC issued a release containing proposals intended to streamline the registration, communications and offering practices for business development companies (“BDCs”) and registered closed-end investment companies (“registered CEFs”). The release’s proposed rule and form amendments (the “Proposals”) would permit BDCs and registered CEFs (collectively, “Affected Funds”) to use the securities offering and proxy rules that are already available to operating companies.

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Senior SEC Officials Discuss Asset Management Examination and Enforcement Initiatives and Priorities for 2012

Practices: Investment Management, Corporate & Securities Litigation, Government Enforcement / White Collar Criminal Defense, Securities & Public Companies

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