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Nicole Kalajian Moderates Washington DC Compliance Round Table on ESG Issues in the Financial Services Industry

May 28, 2021
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Attorney Nicole Kalajian served as a moderator at Washington DC Compliance Round Table on May 27, along with Marina Baranovsky and Deborah Meshulam. The event featured Amanda Olear, acting director of the Market Participants Division and Deputy Director for Registration and Compliance of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and Adam S. Aderton, co-chief of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Enforcement Division’s Asset Management Unit. The panel discussed their perspectives on environmental, social and governance areas of focus for financial services companies.

Kalajian represents securities and commodities professionals in a variety of regulatory, compliance and corporate matters. She has extensive experience with respect to hedge funds, commodity pools, private equity funds, cryptocurrency funds, venture capital funds, real estate funds, fund of funds and socially responsible investment vehicles. Kalajian provides legal and compliance guidance to registered and exempt investment advisers, commodity pool operators (CPOs), commodity trading advisors (CTAs), proprietary trading firms and family offices, as well as providing counsel to boards and investment companies

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