When the Securities and Exchange Commission released details of its settlement with Veronis Suhler Stevenson last year, the secondaries community took note. The sanction related to stakes in the New York firm’s Fund III, which was raised in 1999. VSS was looking to dissolve in late 2014. We analyzed the significance of the case relating to what best practices mean to the SEC.
Also, in a recent sponsored article, Robert Mirsky, head of EisnerAmper’s London office and head of the firm’s asset management group, discusses how to raise European capital in a post-Brexit world.
This email was prepared by Brian Bonilla