Complimentary Live Event hosted by Bloomberg BNA
Bloomberg LP * 731 Lexington Ave * New York, NY 10022
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Breakfast Served 8:00 a.m., Panel Discussion 8:30-10:00 a.m.
The last year saw some of the biggest changes in years in critical leaders at the Securities and Exchange Commission, starting right at the top and down to the directors of key divisions.
At the same time, profound changes in the capital raising system were made via the JOBS Act, new rules were proposed on disclosure of executive compensation ratios, and the SEC announced new initiatives in its enforcement program. Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to consider Halliburton Co. v. Erica P. John Fund, Inc., a case that could have important ramifications for class actions.
During this live discussion, you will get beyond the headlines with practical advice and real-world experiences from our panel of expert speakers. This interactive, CLE-credit eligible Outlook event will be hosted by Bloomberg BNA editorial experts.
Attendees to this limited-seating live event will:
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- Gain expert insights on the SEC enforcement program, especially changes in its no-admit-or-deny policy. Other topics include the agency’s new “broken windows” approach, its whistleblower program and other cooperation incentives, its increasing reliance on technology and risk analytics tools, and how those changes will impact counsel and their clients in 2014 and beyond.
- Understand the real-world impact of new JOBS Act rules and proposals, 2014 SEC exam initiatives for investment advisors and broker-dealers, and the Volcker rule.
- Get in-depth analysis of how the Supreme Court’s decision in the Halliburton case could affect investor suits against public companies, as well as insight into important circuit court development.
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