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Delays Aren’t What They Used to Be

Why the Form N-PORT Temporary Rule Is All Hat and No Cattle

Pretty much from the day the SEC finalized its reporting modernization rules, the industry has lobbied for something to ease the burden of readiness and processing – a delay, an extended monthly due date, a reduction in frequency – and often cybersecurity was the justification for those readiness and processing asks. The requests were met […]

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Happy Birthday, Form N-PORT!

It seems like only yesterday that the SEC finalized the rules for Investment Company Reporting Modernization and the Investment Company Liquidity Risk Management Program, yet in reality that momentous day was about one year ago. While the compliance date is still eight months away, the time between now and the first filing is likely to […]

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Need the Form N-PORT XML Schema?

Get Ready to Wait.

As SEC Reporting Modernization moves from planning to preparation, one persistent gap in those plans – and an issue at the top of everyone’s concerns – is the release of the Form N-PORT XML Schema. XML is data that has been assigned standardized tags that denote the meaning of each data item. It is what […]

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Solving the Data Puzzle

How to meet the ever-increasing volume of data needs and integrate a global data strategy simultaneously

SEC Modernization has pushed the fast-forward button on the data management strategy for organizations of all sizes. The data requirements, especially for Form N-PORT, which include an increased volume of data and frequency of reporting on that data, have organizations looking at more than just the volume of data they hold on behalf of their […]

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Trouble Comes in Threes

For people who believe in this sort of thing, numbers can be an omen. Seven is lucky. Thirteen is unlucky. All good things and certain bad things, most notably death and trouble, come in threes. And as everyone knows, the third time is the charm. In 2015, the number three has definitely been of the […]

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The Public Disclosure of Private Fund Information

On October 16, the SEC issued its first Private Fund Statistics report, “a report that provides private fund industry statistics and trends, reflecting aggregated data reported by private fund advisers on Form ADV and Form PF.” The report provides more in-depth data than the brief and rather unsatisfying information the SEC publishes in its Private […]

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