Raising capital in the US – navigating the regulatory landscape

Following the success of our first webinar on this topic for UK audiences, we returned with a second session tailored to firms based in Asia.

Raising capital in the US for private funds is far from straightforward when it comes to regulation. A number of different regimes come into play, including the Investment Advisers Act, Securities Act of 1933 and FINRA regulations.

In this webinar, we were joined by our friends at law firm Snell & Wilmer to talk through the practical requirements and pitfalls for anyone based in Asia considering a move into the US market.

The session looked at:

  • how fund managers are regulated in the US
  • who is allowed to invest in a private fund in the US in comparison to Hong Kong and Singapore
  • the restrictions around marketing to private fund investors through exempt offerings
  • how fund managers can go about raising money within those limitations.


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