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Bloomberg Law: Regulatory Oversight of Privacy, Cybersecurity & Private Investment Funds

Privacy and cybersecurity issues continue to garner significant attention in the U.S. and abroad. As private investment funds registered with the SEC and their portfolio companies see increased regulatory scrutiny relating to privacy and cybersecurity in the U.S., Proskauer’s Margaret Dale, Todd Ohlms, Jonathan Weiss, Kelly McMullon and Hena Vora write for Bloomberg Law as … Continue Reading

Crypto Asset Regulation: Is the US or UK Keeping Up Best With This Emerging Market?

One driver for the first widely adopted cryptocurrency Bitcoin was to create a store of value that existed outside of government control. It is therefore no surprise that attempts to regulate the rapidly developing crypto asset market have required great efforts from regulators and legislators around the world to keep apace. In this blog, we … Continue Reading

UK Measures to Address Covid-19

The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has significant implications for the asset management industry globally, forcing both sponsors and investors to consider the immediate impact on their investments, and to re-prioritize both immediate and longer term issues.  In the United Kingdom, the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) issued a series of communications to firms to address the impact … Continue Reading

Considerations for Private Fund Managers to Weather the Storm of COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, it has become apparent that it is having a significant impact on the global financial market, at least for the short- to medium-term. While the only constant is change, there are steps private fund managers can take that will help them weather the storm and best position … Continue Reading
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