House Panel Chair: SEC Crowdfunding Rules Too Onerous

, The American Lawyer


At a hearing of the House Financial Services Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee last week, chairman Patrick McHenry called the SEC's approach to regulating the so-called JOBS Act's crowdfunding provision too complicated.

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    Informative article. Most companies with private equity and hedge funds need to be on top of all compliance requirements to ensure they meet the new regulations after the Dodd frank reforms. I work with McGladrey and there‘s a whitepaper on our website that aligns well with this article that readers will find useful "Is your fund prepared for the SEC’s heightened regulatory focus?" @ Is your fund prepared for the SEC’s heightened regulatory focus?

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