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on CNBC’s “Closing Bell”
Todd provides his perspective on why hedge funds are failing at a tremendous rate, even as stocks soar
on “The Street”
See his latest interview about “SEC Eyes Examination of Alternative Mutual Funds”
quoted in Wall Street Journal
Feeder Funds Must Attach Master Fund Financials
“The SEC’s Chief Accountant Office has issued guidance for feeder funds and fund-of-funds that would generally require separate presentation...”
Ten Firms Charged with Violating 8-K Rules
“The SEC announced settled enforcement actions against 10 companies for a total of $350,000 in penalties for failing to file...”
FINRA Proposes Pay-to-Play Rules Similar to SEC Rules
“FINRA has proposed pay-to-play rules that would restrict member firms from engaging in solicitation activities on behalf of investment advisers if...”
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