DOWNLOAD PDF New Rule 206(4)-1 – Adviser Marketing Introduction The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC” or “Commission”) delivered on highly anticipated regulatory reforms relevant to the marketing practices of investment advisers registered pursuant to, and regulated by, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (“Advisers Act”). The Commission’s recently adopted marketing […]
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In a nod to both Wall Street and Main Street, the SEC recently proposed an order to deregulate certain capital-raising efforts for private issuers. The proposal prescribes conditions to permit natural-person finders to raise capital for issuers absent the finder submitting to the substantive broker-dealer registration and regulatory regime prescribed […]
On June 25, the CFPB held a symposium to discuss whether the definition of abusive, as that term is used in the Dodd-Frank Act, should be clarified by a rule or other guidance.
11/30/18—The BCFP alleged that a consumer financial services company engaged in deceptive practices related to the marketing of an add-on GAP product and a loan extension program for auto loan borrowers.
What exactly is an autodialer? This year, several appellate courts have tried to answer the question, but the most recent decision by the Ninth Circuit has left TCPA litigators and the telemarketing industry more confused than ever before.