Webinar featuring Amy Lynch on what to expect from new private fund regulations

Regulatory risk facing hedge funds and other private fund advisers is only expected to grow as the SEC and global regulatory authorities seek more expansive regulations. FrontLine’s Founder and President Amy Lynch is a featured US regulatory expert, joining an international webinar panel to discuss details of recent SEC rule proposals and other global regulatory…

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Compliance faced with onslaught of upcoming SEC rules (Fund Directions)

Challenges lie ahead for the investment industry to keep pace with the greatest volume of SEC rule and regulatory changes seen in several years. The SEC’s planned roll out of its agenda in an expedited fashion has compliance departments scrambling and critics objecting. FrontLine’s Founder and President Amy Lynch describes the large number of rules…

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Recession creates a strong case for outsourcing compliance (Institutional Investor)

“Outsourced services were born out of a crisis,” states Amy Lynch, FrontLine’s Founder and President. Ms. Lynch has the lead comments in Institutional Investor‘s coverage of what an impending recession would mean for Wall Street firms and their ability to maintain back office functions, such as compliance, operations, IT and accounting. Compliance provided as an…

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Advertising and marketing rule is the looming compliance concern (InvestmentNews)

The SEC’s fast approaching early November compliance date for its revamped rule on advertising and marketing is creating both urgent and cautious approaches by firms. This is especially the case with investment advisers use of testimonials and endorsements, now allowed as long as they meet the rule’s requirements. In lead quotes for the InvestmentNews story,…

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