Certain state securities regulators have additional renewal requirements beyond the IARD renewal statements and Annual Form ADV Amendment.
Regulatory Reminder for State Registered Investment Advisers – Submission of Annual Financial Statements in Certain States
March 15, 2019
As your state registered investment adviser firm completes its Form ADV Annual Amendment, it’s important not to forget that many state securities regulators also require a state registered investment adviser firm to submit annual financial statements and/or other documents directly to the state securities regulator (outside of the IARD/CRD system).
December 20, 2006
This entry of “Year-End Compliance Tips” focuses on the updating of financial information. If your advisor firm is registered with one or more states, you may be required to submit certain financial statements to the state regulators on an annual basis. Many states have certain net worth or net capital requirements. Some states also have surety bond requirements. Most states that have these provisions require advisor firms to substantiate they are in compliance with the rules by submitting financial statements. In some cases the financial statements must be submitted at the end of the firm’s fiscal year and in some states the financial records must be submitted at the end of the calendar year. In addition to any forms the firm may have to submit directly to regulators, it is essential the firm has updated all of its financial records under the regulatory books and records requirements. This is true for state and SEC registered advisor firms. For example, SEC registered firms are required to keep the following as part of their books and records (Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Rule 204-2):
January 02, 2006
This is the second entry in a series of blogs RIA Compliance Consultants is posting concerning annual compliance requirements and end of year filings. While we are trying to touch upon the items that all advisor firms are required to complete, it is important that you refer to your regulatory authority to ensure you have an all inclusive list of the requirements your firm must meet. If your firm has questions or concerns about one of the items listed in this entry, please give us a call to discuss how we can help your firm meet its regulatory obligations.