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Nicole Kalajian Instructs NRS Course on the Investment Advisers Act of 1940

August 18, 2020
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Attorney Nicole Kalajian co-instructed the National Regulatory Services (NRS) course “Mandates Beyond the Advisers Act: Anti-Money Laundering, ERISA Compliance and ’34 Act Section 13 Reporting for Investment Advisers” on Aug. 18 with Drew Ahrens of NRS. The course surveyed anti-money laundering, ERISA compliance and ’34 Act Section 13 reporting requirements for advisers. These are mandates that every advisory firm needs to understand and may need to incorporate into their compliance program.

Kalajian represents securities and commodities professionals in a variety of complex regulatory, compliance and corporate matters. She has extensive experience launching and advising various investment vehicles, such as hedge funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds, real estate funds, commodity pools, fund of funds and socially responsible investment vehicles. Kalajian provides legal and compliance guidance to registered and exempt investment advisers, commodity pool operators, commodity trading advisers, futures commission merchants, introducing brokers, forex firms, proprietary trading firms and broker-dealers.

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