New Rules for Investment Advisers with Custody of Client Assets

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The SEC has adopted amendments to the custody rules under the Investment Advisers Act. This memorandum briefly summarizes what is now required for registered investment advisers having custody. Given that (a) the Investment Advisers defines "custody" very broadly, and (b) the registration requirements likely will change this year; this memorandum is relevant for all investment advisers.

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