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These corporate insiders are required to file Form 3s when they become subject to Section 16 and file Form 4s or Form 5s when their beneficial ownership changes.Section 16(a) requires prompt disclosure—Form 3s are generally due 10 days after a person becomes subject to Section 16, and Form 4s are generally due within two business days following a transaction.Funds that are fundraising in 2017 (including those that are engaged in continuous offerings) should review their existing subscription documents and placement agent agreements in light of Rule 506(d)’s requirements.Additionally, managers need to conduct their own internal due diligence to determine the Rule 506(d) status of their relevant personnel, including obtaining “bring-down” representations in certain situations.In a settled enforcement action instituted July 21, 2009, the SEC provided significant guidance on the filing obligations of institutional investors under Section 13(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.Specifically, the guidance addresses the meaning of the "ordinary course of business" prong of Rule 13d-1(b)(1)(i) and reflects an expansive interpretation of Section 13(d).
Form D also needs to be amended to correct any material mistake or error, along with certain other changes. In September 2013, the SEC adopted Rule 506(d) to prohibit issuers from relying on Rule 506 if a “bad actor” has the requisite connection to the issuer.The 2008-2009 stock market crash and current deep recession are causing many small public companies to reexamine the costs and benefits of remaining listed on a national securities exchange and continuing as a public reporting company under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange Act”).Over the past twelve to eighteen months, many companies have experienced steep declines in their total market capitalization and revenues.Advisers to private funds and managed accounts, and family offices, should consider their periodic regulatory and compliance obligations towards the beginning of each new year. Although some items in this list apply only to registered investment advisers,  many are generally applicable to all advisers. Securities Laws Securities Offerings An issuer relying on Rule 506 must file a new Form D notice with the SEC for each new offering of securities no later than 15 calendar days after the date of first sale of securities in the offering. regulatory items that may be of interest to advisers depending on the type of adviser and the current activities, status and investment focus of their clients.