Why you should attend
Transactions outside the United States are not necessarily beyond US financial services regulators’ reach. The SEC makes a habit of scrutinising global activities – such as public offerings, private placements and takeovers – where there is US investor involvement. The regulator also keeps a close eye on non-US companies trading in US securities and the activities of certain foreign investment managers. The SEC actively cooperates with its global counterparts and takes enforcement action where appropriate.
- This is the only event of its kind that offers so many key SEC officials on the speaking faculty to get first hand knowledge of pending U.S. regulation and legislation
- If you are a practitioner working within European financial services, your transactions outside the U.S. are not necessarily beyond U.S. financial services regulators’ reach. You must understand how the SEC administers and enforces the U.S. securities law and you will find out here
- You will earn more than 7 hours CPD/CLE accreditation points for your professional learning.