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Greg DiMeglio and Peter Tsirigotis Speak at Alternative Asset Summit

November 03, 2017
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partner Gregory D. DiMeglio and Counsel Peter Tsirigotis presented at the Alternative Asset Summit on Oct. 23-24 in Las Vegas. DiMeglio was the presenter for “SEC Hot Topics: Enforcement, Examinations and How to Respond” and Tsirigotis was a panelist for “Evolution of Fund of Funds & Multi-Manager Portfolios.”

DiMeglio is chair of Stradley Ronon’s Securities Enforcement practice group. He represents public companies, investment companies, investment advisers, broker-dealers, boards of directors, board committees, auditors, other entities and individuals in connection with examinations, investigations and enforcement actions by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Department of Justice, other federal and state regulators, and industry self-regulatory organizations. He also conducts internal investigations designed to assist clients in preventing or limiting the scope of potential enforcement action.

Tsirigotis co-chairs Stradley Ronon’s private investment funds practice group. He provides legal advice to financial institutions, asset managers and investment advisers to help them develop and maintain financial products while navigating the regulatory landscape. He brings to each client representation a unique perspective on the financial services industry, having served in several senior-level legal, compliance, operations and risk roles, including as regulator, inside counsel, outside counsel, chief compliance officer and chief operating officer.

About Stradley Ronon
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