More Paperwork for Certain Investment Advisers


Law360 recently published an article written by Gardere Partner Richard A. Tulli. In the article titled, "More Paperwork for Certain Investment Advisers," Mr. Tulli discusses the new rule adopted by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission requiring various managers of private funds to periodically file new Form PF.

"Although the deadline provided by a filed Form PF is now many months away, the information that may be required to be provided in Form PF is extensive and detailed," says Mr. Tulli. "Accordingly, advisers subject to the filing requirement should promptly begin to review the form and the information and processes that will be necessary to prepare and file it."

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