I was fortunate to be able to attend the Securities and Exchange Commission’s CCO Outreach in Boston yesterday. I’ll post more later, but today I wanted focus on one topic that one panel discussed: the pay to play rule. The CCO Outreach stated that they were not trying to play “gotcha” as part of the […]
The Securities and Exchange Commission limits the ability of investment advisers and fund managers from contributing to certain politicians that can influence investment decisions for state pension funds. Under Rule 206(4)-5, you can contribute up to $150 to any candidate or up to $350 if you can vote for the candidate. Mike Pence is the […]
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