This was the thirteenth and final session in our webinar series focusing on providing investment advisers with more insight into the annual compliance review process. During this webinar, RIA Compliance Consultants discuss some of the books and records related to client documents and proxy voting that are required under Rule 204-2 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. Our consultants address some of the documentation and reports that may not be specifically referenced under Rule 204-2 but are commonly requested by regulators. Our consultants discuss the need for written policies and procedures to address client documentation, proxy voting, and advising foreign clients. Additionally, our consultants briefly discuss some areas related to ERISA regulations that investment advisers should further discuss with an ERISA attorney if they are providing advice to ERISA covered plans. Our consultants provide tips and recommendations regarding reviews and tests related to these topics that should be performed as part of a firm’s annual compliance review.
Date Recorded: February 25, 2016
Time: 62 minutes
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