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Ropes & Gray Partners with the CFA Society For a Discussion on What to Expect From the New SEC

Practices: Asset Management, Investment Management, Business & Commercial Litigation

On Nov. 15, Ropes & Gray partnered with the CFA Society Washington, hosting a panel discussion at the firm’s Washington, D.C. office titled “New Rules, Same Game - What to Expect from the New SEC.”

Jay Clayton was sworn in as the 32nd Chairman of the SEC on May 4. Since then, he has been hiring senior staff and providing glimpses into what his asset management regulatory and enforcement agenda will be. Presented by investment management counsel David Tittsworth and business & securities litigation counsel Jeremiah Williams, the conversation focused on  the “new” SEC and how Chairman Clayton’s asset management agenda may be shaped by outside interest groups, Congress, and the White House.