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Founded in 2005 with the goal of developing streamlined solutions for investment advisers, Fairview® is now servicing investment advisers, foundations, and funds with over $196 billion in collective assets.

IARD Annual Renewal Dates

IARD Annual Renewal Dates WHAT IS COMING UP SOON? Every year at this time, FINRA will post its Renewal Statements in the IARD Portal.  These fees are collected for system processing and jurisdiction-related renewals. Pertinent dates related to the renewal are as follows: Preliminary [...]

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SEC Proposes Changes to Advertising and Solicitation Rules

SEC Proposes Changes to Advertising and Solicitation Rules WHAT HAPPENED? On Nov. 4, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission released proposed amendments intended to modernize the advertising and solicitation rules under the Investment Advisers Act. After several decades of unchanged rulemakings, the Commission is in the process of amending [...]

Pair of Advisers Fined for Failing to Disclose Interest in Publicly Traded Company

Pair of Advisers Fined for Failing to Disclose Interest in Publicly Traded Company  WHAT HAPPENED? On Sept. 24, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission released information that a registered investment adviser, Strategic Planning Group, and its principals, David Rourke and Jarrod Sherman, were charged for failing to disclose conflicts of interest to [...]

Company Charged with Violating Regulation ATS After Releasing Confidential Information

Company Charged with Violating Regulation ATS After Releasing Confidential Information WHAT HAPPENED? On Sept. 24, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission released information that TMC Bonds LLC, operator of an alternative trading system (ATS), will pay $2.1 million after being charged for failing to protect confidential information in violation [...]

OCIE Releases List of Common Principal and Agency Cross Trading Compliance Issues

OCIE Releases List of Common Principal and Agency Cross Trading Compliance Issues WHAT HAPPENED? On Sept. 4, 2019, the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations of the Securities and Exchange Commission issued a Risk Alert regarding common principal and agency cross trading compliance concerns. Principal and agency cross trading [...]

New SEC Guidance on Proxy Voting Process: What You Should Know

New SEC Guidance on Proxy Voting Process: What You Should Know WHAT HAPPENED? On Aug. 21, 2019, the US Securities and Exchange Commission released guidance on the proxy voting process. The guidance primarily outlines considerations advisers should make when choosing to begin or continue working with a proxy advisory [...]

Alleged Cryptocurrency Scam Serves as Reminder of Digital Assets Risks

Alleged Cryptocurrency Scam Serves as Reminder of Digital Assets Risks WHAT HAPPENED? On Aug. 13, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued a press release regarding charges against Reginald “Reggie” Middleton and his two companies, Veritaseum, Inc. and Veritaseum, LLC. The complaint, filed in Brooklyn, New York, alleges that [...]

SEC Charges Investment Adviser and His 90-Year-Old Father with Breaching Fiduciary Duty After Taking Advantage of Elderly Client

SEC Charges Investment Adviser and His 90-Year-Old Father with Breaching Fiduciary Duty After Taking Advantage of Elderly Client WHAT HAPPENED? On July 19, 2019, the US Securities and Exchange Commission charged a registered investment adviser, Account Management LLC, with breaching their fiduciary duty to their largest client, a 92-year-old [...]

Alaska Investment Adviser Ordered to Pay Over $400K in SEC Settlement

Alaska Investment Adviser Ordered to Pay Over $400K in SEC Settlement WHAT HAPPENED? On July 24, 2019, the US Securities and Exchange Commission released a settlement with an Alaska investment adviser, which was penalized for its failure to properly disclose compensation conflicts to clients. Foundations Assets Management (FAM) and [...]