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Sara Crovitz Discussed ESG Fund Investing Strategies at ICI’s 2022 Securities Law Developments Conference

October 11, 2022
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon is pleased to announce that partner and member of the firm’s investment management group Sara P. Crovitz served as a panelist at Investment Company Institute (ICI)’s 2022 Securities Law Developments Conference, which was held virtually on Oct. 11. The panel, “New Frontier: ESG Fund Investing Strategies,” was moderated by ICI’s Securities Regulation’s Deputy General Counsel, Dorothy Donohue. Crovitz, alongside Stephanie Hui, Vice President and Counsel at Dimensional Fund Advisors, LLP, and Bran M. Johnson, Assistant Director, Rulemaking Office Division of Investment Management at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), discussed the growth in the number of funds pursuing ESG investing strategies and the potential impact of the SEC’s recent proposals to require funds and advisers to provide additional information regarding their ESG investment practices and to require public companies to disclose certain climate-related information.

Crovitz provides counsel on all aspects of investment company and investment adviser regulation, including serving on teams counseling mutual funds, money market funds, closed-end funds and ETFs, as well as independent trustees of a number of registered investment companies. She also counsels several funds and investment advisers in connection with SEC compliance and examinations, regulations and guidance. Before joining Stradley Ronon, Crovitz had more than 20 years of experience at the SEC.

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