Provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act, including those addressing adviser registration, derivatives, Volker rule, and systemic risk regulation and reporting, have broad implications across the investment management industry. Political support, fueled by higher demands for investor protection, continues to drive the need for robust financial regulation. As a result, regulators are responding with a new sense of empowerment and purpose.
Although much is still unclear, what is certain is that the era of enhanced regulation is expected to continue for an extended period of time.
How will this impact the alternatives investment community?
KPMG LLP, in cooperation with law firm Sidley Austin LLP, invites you to participate in a robust discussion on the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act and its broad implications for the alternative investment industry.
Mikael Johnson, KPMG LLP
Laurin Blumenthal Kleiman, Sidley Austin LLP
Sean McKee, KPMG LLP
Dan Reid, KPMG LLP
Jim Suglia, KPMG LLP