The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced its 2016 examination priorities in early January.

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced its 2016 examination priorities in early January. As expected, the SEC will continue to focus on the allocation and treatment of fees and expenses and, specifically, potential conflicts of interest related to fees and expenses in its examinations of private fund advisers.

In a recent article for Law360, Brad Wilson and Tristan Cecala outline how hedge fund and private equity fund advisers can take a committed and proactive approach to compliance.

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Brad Wilson

Brad Wilson, a StoneTurn Partner, advises companies and their counsel on complex financial, accounting and compliance matters. He has more than 17 years of experience serving as both an accountant […]

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Tristan Cecala

Tristan Cecala, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, is experienced in providing forensic accounting and dispute consulting services. Specifically, he focuses on breach of contract claims, post-acquisition disputes, regulatory issues within […]

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