Investor Advisory Committee of the Securities and Exchange Commission will hold a public meeting
On Tuesday, March 2, at ten o’clock in the morning Eastern Time (ET), the Investor Advisory Committee of the Securities and Exchange Commission will hold a public meeting virtually. On the website of the SEC, there will be a webcast of the meeting.
The committee will organize three separate panels to discuss the following topics:
Growth of Private Markets in Relation to Public Markets: Factors Contributing to this Growth and its Implications
Regulation of Investment Advisors: Will Regulatory Bodies Be Able to Keep Pace with Industry Growth? and
Swing pricing and the management of liquidity risk for open-end funds.
This page contains the agenda in its entirety.
This will also be the first meeting at which the newly appointed Investor Advocate for the Commission, Cristina Martin Firvida, who is also a statutory member of the Committee, will participate.
The Commission seeks advice from the Investor Advisory Committee, whose primary focus is on investor-related issues and concerns, regarding regulatory priorities and a variety of initiatives designed to assist in the protection of investors and the promotion of the markets’ integrity in the United States.
The Committee was established by the Dodd-Frank Act, and Congress has given it the authority to report its findings and make recommendations to the Commission.
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