The Securities and Exchange Commission regulations for investment advisers does not contain any specific requirements on how valuations should be conducted. That means operating under the general anti-fraud provisions. That is, valuations should not be misleading, deceptive or fraudulent. Although there are no specific regulations, there are enforcement actions from the SEC against advisers that […]
Real estate is the standard for hard to value assets. But there are plenty of models to help reach a reasonable value. The Securities and Exchange Commission has apparently taken the position that it will not challenge absolute valuations, but will challenge flaws in the models that get to the value. A recent SEC case […]
The Securities and Exchange Commission brought another case out of its Aberrational Performance Inquiry initiative in the Enforcement Division’s Asset Management Unit. That initiative identifies funds with suspicious returns and flags performance that is inconsistent with a fund’s investment strategy or other benchmarks forms a basis for further investigation and scrutiny. The initiative nabbed GLG […]
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