May 18, 2022 Webinar
1pm – 2pm EDT
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Join Mayer Brown partners Claire Ragen and Adam Kanter to hear diverse perspectives on the potential impact of the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) recent proposed rules on private fund investors and sponsors. Topics will include potential considerations for investors and sponsors on

On May 5, 2022, Congressman McHenry, the senior Republican on the House Financial Services Committee, and Congressman Huizenga, the senior Republican on the Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship, and Capital Markets Subcommittee sent a letter to Chairwoman Maxine Waters reiterating their demand for a hearing with the full US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The House Financial

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rulemaking process has received much attention under Chair Gensler’s leadership not only because of the volume and substance of proposed rules, but also because of the relatively short comment periods allotted for the public to respond pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act process. As just one example of

The Staff of the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Corporation Finance released a sample comment letter that provides guidance regarding the types of disclosures that reporting companies should consider in connection with the direct or indirect that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the international response it may have on their businesses. Among other

Underscoring the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) attention to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) disclosures, the SEC has charged Vale S.A., a publicly traded Brazilian mining company, with making false and misleading claims about the safety of its dams prior to the January 2019 collapse of its Brumadinho dam. This Legal Update highlights allegations

In various public statements of late, representatives of the Securities and Exchange Commission have noted concern regarding the growth of the private markets.  The statements have pointed to the fact that fundraising in the private markets has surpassed fundraising in the public markets.  For example, a recent speech cited statistics that private assets under management

On May 6, 2022, the SEC’s Small Business Capital Formation Advisory Committee will host a live meeting to discuss two recent long-awaited and controversial SEC proposals:  the SEC’s proposed rules on Climate-Related Disclosures and its proposed rules on SPACs, Shell Companies, and Projections.

Mayer Brown partner Anna Pinedo will provide testimony relating to, and

April 27, 2022 Webinar
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On March 30, 2022, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) proposed new rules and amendments to existing rules and forms (the “Proposed Rules”) addressing the treatment of SPACs in connection with their IPOs and subsequent de-SPAC transactions. The Proposed Rules, if adopted, would represent a sea change

On March 21, 2022, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted 3:1 to propose new rules that, if adopted, would require public companies to, among other things, provide audited financial statements containing climate-related financial impact and expenditure metrics, report their greenhouse gas emissions, and disclose details of how climate change is affecting their businesses.

Proposed Rules Could Require Dealer Registration by Certain Principal Trading Firms, Private Funds, Investment Advisers and Other Market Participants

On March 28, 2022, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) proposed two new rules – SEC Rules 3a5-4 and 3a44-2 (the “Proposed Rules”) – that would further define the phrase “as part of a regular