RCA hosts regulation, operations and compliance symposia

Learn what's at stake regarding compliance, operations and risk management for fund managers and registered investment advisers. 

SEC Commissioner Luis Aguilar will deliver a key note address highlighting the top priorities for fund managers and registered investment advisers at the RCA’s Regulation, Operations and Compliance (ROC) 2013 Symposium on April 18th at the Pierre Hotel in New York.

Senior federal investigators, prosecutors, regulators and compliance professionals will engage in commentary that will include discussions covering the significant impact of Dodd Frank legislation on the hedge fund industry and the regulatory environment under Mary Jo White as head of the SEC. Learn what's at stake regarding compliance, operations and risk management for fund managers and registered investment advisers. 

For more information visit the RCA website.

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