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Uncertainty on insider trading rule; Stories from Feb/Mar edition

Firms should update policies after SEC expands insider trading definition; Stories from our February/March edition.

Compliance: Firms should update their insider trading policies and procedures after a US district court denied a motion to dismiss a case in which the defendant is accused by the Securities and Exchange Commission of violating insider trading laws by using material non-public information about one publicly traded company to profit from shares in a third, ‘economically linked’ one – a practice known as shadow trading, Jen Banzaca reports.

And check out these stories from our February/March edition:

Too much dry powder, macro issues top worries for GPs

Lafayette Square selects Allvue Systems as its data solution

Efforts to close the carried interest loophole looked increasingly futile as 2021 progressed

Broadridge blockchain hub tears down wall between managers and administrators

Email prepared by Graham Bippart