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The Regulatory Roundtable Podcast

The Regulatory Roundtable is a quarterly podcast hosted by Simpson Thacher and ACA Group. Each episode features leading attorneys and compliance specialists with deep knowledge of the funds regulatory landscape and takes you behind the scenes on important policy, exam and enforcement issues affecting funds and the asset management industry. With increased regulatory scrutiny from the SEC and other agencies, staying on top of regulatory trends has never been more important. We look forward to having you join us at the table.


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In This Episode:

At the Table: Diving into the Regulatory Environment for Private Funds Following Chairman Gensler’s Recent Remarks

This inaugural episode focuses on the SEC’s priorities relating to private funds, including SEC Chairman Gary Gensler’s recent speech at the ILPA Summit; emerging exam trends including document production, deficiency letters and MNPI concerns; and changes to the exam referral process over the last two years.

Meet the Hosts of Episode 1

Marc P. Berger 
Marc P. Berger
 Partner
 Simpson Thacher
Allison Scher Bernbach
Allison Scher Bernbach
Senior Counsel
Simpson Thacher 
Michael J. Osnato, Jr.
Michael J. Osnato, Jr.
Partner
Simpson Thacher 
Robert Ingwer
Robert Ingwer 
 Principal Consultant
ACA Group 
“Staying abreast of what’s happening at the SEC has never been more important from a compliance and reputational perspective.”

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