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Bill Myers

Bill Myers has been a journalist for more than two decades in Chicago, Cambodia and Washington, DC. He started his career at the late, great City News Bureau of Chicago (motto: "If your mother says she loves you—check it out.")
On accelerated monitoring fees and indemnities, regulators discover they have had the power all along – bad news for those who would have challenged the relevant initial proposals from the SEC in court.
The commission's new rules are softer than the original proposal, but still impose rigid disclosures on exempt advisers.
Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Building in Washington DC. The SEC regulates stocks and bonds and related financial activities.
GPs will soon have to report on sponsor-initiated secondaries deals within 60 days from the end of each quarter, after the US regulator voted through the proposals Wednesday.
Fork in the road signs
Chastened by his own party, the chairman focuses on ESG, market structure reforms.
US Capitol tax reform
Earlier efforts to reform carried interest taxation had stalled, before US Senator Joe Manchin announced on Wednesday that he and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer had worked out a deal.
Proposal uses present tense, not future tense, and industry is worried
Chris Hayes, ILPA’s top lobbyist, is leaving. ILPA has already chosen a replacement.
Global Infrastructure Partners' fees may have been opaque even to the firm, SEC settlement suggests.
SEC, Hester Peirce
President Trump's Department of Labor has instituted new rules that many see as a blow to the growing environmental, social and governance investment models.

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