SEC Publishes Responses to Frequently Asked Questions about Reporting by Advisers to Private Funds


The SEC’s Division of Investment Management published responses to “Frequently Asked Questions” ("FAQ") about reporting by investment advisers to private funds.

The FAQ interpret Rule 204(b)-1 and Form PF, which implement amendments to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 added by the Dodd-Frank Act. Registered investment advisers that manage $150 or more in “regulatory assets under management” attributable to private funds must file Form PF with the SEC.

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