New Regulatory Reforms: The Impact on Your Firm
Aug 17, 2010
The financial reform that lawmakers have been calling for since the market collapsed in 2008 has arrived.
With the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act officially signed into law, many are asking what it means for hedge funds and private equity firms?
Please join us on Tuesday, August 17 at 2:00 p.m. ET for an informative live webinar to learn more about how the latest financial regulations will affect your firm.
Our expert speakers will guide you through the specifics of the law, including:
- Adviser registration and disclosure requirements
- Increased reporting measures
- Short- and long-term effects for financial firms
- Technology safeguards to ensure your firm is compliant with legal provisions and industry best practices
Jeffrey Blumberg, Partner, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Jeffrey is partner and a member of the firm's Investment Management Practice Group. His practice concentrates primarily on representing and advising sponsors of unregistered investment funds (i.e., hedge funds) organized both in the U.S. and offshore, which also involves issues relating to investment advisors, broker-dealers, CTAs and commodity pool operators. Jeffrey provides counsel regarding regulatory, organizational, structural and business matters for his clients.
Bob Guilbert, Managing Director, Eze Castle Integration
With more than 20 years of IT and management experience, Bob is a managing director at Eze Castle Integration and is responsible for the company’s product development, marketing and strategic partnerships. He works closely with the company’s hedge fund clients to understand their business requirements and guide Eze Castle Integration’s product development, bringing to market new solutions for challenges including regulatory compliance.