ACA hosts a variety of free and paid webcasts each year. These webcasts cover a range of topics including regulatory compliance, performance, cyber security, financial crime, and financial technology. Most webcasts hosted by ACA are available on demand for three years after the presentation date.

For more information, contact us at webcastinfo@acacompliancegroup.com.



Each year ACA hosts more technical webcasts that focus on timely topics affecting global asset managers, investment advisers, broker-dealers, mutual funds, and investment managers. The cost to participate in a training webcast is $225 and in most cases, CLE credit is provided.

Participation in these webcasts requires Internet access, a web browser, and telephone. You will be able to view and print presentation material as well as hear and interact with our speakers.

Refund/Cancellation Policy: Written cancellations must be received no later than 9:00 a.m. ET on the day of the scheduled webcast for a full refund. No refunds will be allowed for cancellations after that time. Written cancellations may be sent to our webcast team via email at webcastinfo@acacompliancegroup.com.

Listed below are current webcasts and a full list of archived webcasts available for viewing.

Archived ACA Paid Webcast Series can be accessed by clicking the links below:



November 16, 2017

Leveraging Analytics from Independent Model Validation and Risk Assessments

All financial institutions perform periodical Independent Model Validation and Risk Assessments reviews.
On Demand
November 15, 2017

Planning Your 2018 Compliance Budget

Starting to plan your compliance budget for 2018?
On Demand
November 14, 2017

Assessing Manager Performance: Trends in Institutional Databases

Institutional investors face various challenges when evaluating external investment managers, including assessing the quality, accuracy, and supporting documentation and disclosures of investment performance results. As recent events demonstrate, current and prospective investors should ensure that their managers' performance calculations and reporting processes provide accurate performance returns and that these returns are adequately disclosed.  
November 9, 2017

Regulatory Cybersecurity Preparedness

Join ACA Aponix's Marc Lotti and Askari Foy on Thursday, November 9 at 11am ET for a discussion on
On Demand
November 8, 2017

Common Issues with Managed Account and Advisory Program Platforms

Please join ACA Compliance Group's Michelina Cuccia, Director and Michael Abbriano, Senior Principal Consultant, and&n
On Demand
November 2, 2017

Expert Network Best Practices and the ARC’s Expert Network Chaperoning Services

Registration will open soon. Stay tuned for more details.
November 1, 2017

Discussion of Results: 2017 Alternative Fund Manager Compliance Survey

ACA is running its ninth survey in a series that focuses on the novel and complex issues facing hedge fund and illiquid fund (e.g., private equity, real estate, venture,
October 31, 2017

SEC Trends and Initiatives

Please join us on Tuesday, October 31 at 11 a.m. EST for a webcast that will provide updates regarding SEC trends and initiatives related to investment advisers.  You will hear from ACA Compliance Group’s Todd Humphrey and Charles LaRosa as they discuss regulatory, examination and enforcement trends and focus areas.Discussion topics will include:
On Demand
October 19, 2017

Best Practices for Presenting Model Performance

On September 14, 2017, the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (“OCIE”) issued a National Exam Program Risk Alert containing a list of compliance issues related to the Advertising Rule, 206(4)-1. Among the compliance issues most frequently identified in deficiency letters is the use of hypothetical and back-tested performance results without proper disclosure. 
On Demand
October 16, 2017

Effective and Compliant Employee Monitoring

When can companies “spy” on their employees? Monitoring data systems and employee digital activity is critical to reducing the significant cybersecurity risks that employees pose (either inadvertently or maliciously), but companies do need to make sure they comply with consent and other legal requirements when implementing surveillance programs.
On Demand