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Stradley Ronon Attorneys Present at Mutual Fund Directors Forum Webinar on Regulation Best Interest

September 16, 2019
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Attorneys Sara P. Crovitz and Lawrence P. Stadulis presented a webinar on Sept. 12 held by the Mutual Fund Directors Forum, entitled “What Directors Need to Know about Regulation Best Interest and the Standards of Conduct Rulemaking Package.” Crovitz and Stadulis discussed practical implications for fund directors following the SEC’s adoption of a rulemaking package containing Regulation Best Interest, Form CRS, and an investment adviser fiduciary duty interpretation.

Crovitz provides counsel on all aspects of investment company and investment adviser regulation. Prior to joining Stradley Ronon, she was Deputy Chief Counsel and Associate Director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Investment Management, and worked at the SEC for 21 years, including 17 years in the Division of Investment Management focusing on issues under the Investment Company and Investment Advisers Acts of 1940.

Stadulis chairs Stradley Ronon’s broker-dealer regulatory group, as well as co-chairs the firm’s fiduciary governance group and investment advisers group. He advises clients in matters pertaining to the registration and regulation of investment advisers and investment companies under federal and state securities laws. Stadulis also manages related issues pertaining to investment advisers and investment companies, including matters involving ERISA, broker-dealer regulation and banking laws. 

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