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Regulation AB II

The Securities and Exchange Commission today adopted final amendments related to Regulation AB that were first proposed in 2010.1 The changes address the offering process and disclosure and periodic reporting requirements for...more

SEC Adopts Regulation AB II

This morning the Securities and Exchange Commission in an open meeting voted to adopt long-awaited final rules (the "Final Rules") implementing a series of changes to the registration and offering process for asset-backed...more

Man the Barricades (Or the Bleachers) – Reg AB Is Here

As I write this, we are awaiting SEC’s vote scheduled for tomorrow, August 27, on final Regulation AB2 Rule and the NRSRO Rules. I say “man the barricades or the bleachers” because I’m not sure whether there is much to do...more

Privacy Concerns and the Proposed Reg AB II Revisions Relating to Asset Level Data

In February 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) once again re-opened the comment period with respect to proposed revisions to Regulation AB relating to the disclosure of asset-level data after receiving many...more

SEC Reopens Comments Period for Reg AB II

Almost a month ago, the SEC surprised many people by including a vote on the final Reg AB II rules on its February 5 meeting agenda. In a highly unusual move, the SEC then removed the vote from the meeting agenda on February...more

SEC Re-Opens Portions of Reg AB II for Comment

On February 25, the SEC re-opened the comment period for two releases (Release No. 33-9117 (Apr. 7, 2010) and Release No. 33 – 9244 (July 26, 2011)) to permit comments with respect to privacy concerns raised by potential...more

SEC Re-Opens Comment Period for Asset-Backed Securities Rules

An update to Regulation AB (“Reg AB II”) was originally proposed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) on April 7, 2010,1 with an initial comment period open until August 2, 2010 (the “Proposal”) to...more

REG AB: Channeling the Cheshire Cat

Regulation AB is big. Reg AB governs, among other things, the condition for shelf registration. The SEC is fixing to do something significant to Reg AB; we’re just not sure what....more

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