How Venture Funds are Regulated: Navigating the Regulatory Agenda

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When:  Apr 5, 2023 from 10:00 to 11:00 (PT)
Associated with  Carta Collective
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Join us on April 5th at 10am PT for the first Carta Policy Briefing virtual event, How Venture Funds are Regulated: Navigating the Regulatory Agenda.

Carta Policy Briefings are a new series of virtual events that will offer a comprehensive overview of the legislative and regulatory environment facing venture funds. Providing an in-depth look at legal, accounting, and tax policy considerations to be aware of as a fund manager. Attendees will be able to ask questions about the regulatory landscape and receive actionable advice on best practices for navigating legislative changes.

By attending this event, you’ll learn:

  • How the SEC is focusing its rule-making on VCs to address broader private market trends
  • How current proposals such as private fund advisor rule impacts funds
  • What the coming aggressive regulatory agenda means for VCs
  • How Congress will respond and what that means for short and long-term policy changes

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to prepare your fund for a changing regulatory landscape. Register now to save your spot.

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