The following article, written by ACA's Danielle Joseph and Anne Wallace, appeared in the Hedge Fund Law Report on July 20, 2017.
Please help ACA's San Francisco office staff raise money for Help for Children to prevent and treat child abuse at AT&T Park on January 26, 2017.
Please join ACA's Jon Kropf on February 1, 2016, in San Francisco as he speaks on the Bank of America Hedge Fund Roundtable for COOs.
Please join Luke Wilson at the Bank of American Merrill Lynch Prime Brokerage Conference on February 11, 2016 in Dallas, TX.
A program presented by The Hedge Fund Law Report and ACA Compliance Group (ACA) extracted compliance lessons for hedge fund managers from recent SEC enforcement actions in the areas of conflicts of interest, fees and expenses, chief compliance officer (CCO) liability, compliance resources and technology. The program, entitled “What Hedge Fund Managers Need to Know About SEC Enforcement Trends,” was moderated by William V. de Cordova, Editor-in-Chief of The Hedge Fund Law Report, and featured Barry P.
Please join ACA at our booth on October 15 and 16 at the MFA Outlook 2015 Conference.
Please join us on Thursday, October 1, 2015, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EDT for a complimentary webcast organized for legal and compliance groups at hedge fund managers. William V. de Cordova, Editor-in-Chief of The Hedge Fund Law Report, will serve as moderator for a panel of professionals with extensive experience in hedge fund adviser compliance, including Barry Schwartz, Founding Partner at ACA; Kent Wegrzyn, Hedge Fund Practice Leader and Managing Director at ACA; and Mark Borrelli, Partner at Sidley Austin LLP.
Since the global financial crisis of 2008-2009 and the Madoff Ponzi scheme (collectively, the “Financial Crisis”), both regulators and investors have significantly increased their demands that hedge fund managers (“HFMs”) develop and maintain an institutional-quality infrastructure. Unfortunately, at the same time, the revenues available to most HFMs to build and support the required institutional infrastructure have diminished, as both fees and AUM have been compressed.
The following articled appeared in The Cybersecurity Law Report on April 8, 2015.