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Best of the Web – November 2016


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“The month of November makes me feel that life is passing more quickly. In an effort to slow it down, I try to fill the hours more meaningfully.” (Henry Rollins)


Welcome to the November 2016 BOTW.  Thanksgiving comes and the end of year is in sight.  But, the regulatory world never ceases.  In case you hadn’t heard, we had an election, and Dechert offers some regulatory advice to the President-Elect.  Regardless of what happens to Dodd-Frank, Schulte addresses some LP/GP agreement issues.  And, Grant Thornton offers its 30,000 foot view on the state of the asset management industry.


Open Letter to Trump: Weigh the Costs of Regulation (Dechert)



Fund Agreements Between LPs and GPs (Schulte Roth & Zabel)



Tightening pressure transforms the landscape: the state of the asset management industry (Grant Thornton)



Modernization of The SEC’s Reporting Requirements: What Investment Companies Should Know (Drinker Biddle)



SEC Approves FINRA Rule Amendments Governing Mutual Fund Retail Communications (Thompson Hine)



Plaintiffs Facing Headwinds in Pending Mutual Fund Fee Litigation (Skadden)



Morgan Lewis Urges NYDFS to Modify Proposed Cybersecurity Rules (Morgan Lewis)



Exchanges Adopt Generic Listing Standards for Actively Managed ETFs (K&L Gates)


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