The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 requires US advisers to private funds with at least $150 million in assets under management to register with the Securities and Exchange Commission as investment adviser. Venture capital fund managers are explicitly exempted from many aspects of registration. Real estate funds are not explicitly exempt from registration. For private real estate advisers, the key question whether to register depends on if the funds contain a sufficient amount of securities.
PEI Media’s brand new publication, The US Private Real Estate Fund Compliance Guide, is a detailed source of practical and insightful advice on SEC registration and compliance for private real estate fund managers who are registering for the first time, newly registered investment advisers, or experienced advisers who are seeking guidance on the latest regulatory reforms and changes.
Lead-edited by Charles Lerner of Fiduciary Compliance Associates, this publication addresses in detail key compliance areas including the registration process, marketing, custody, anti-corruption, setting up a compliance program, managing conflicts of interest, books and records, valuation and pricing, and advisory boards.
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