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Panelists: GREGORY WHITE, RONALD FIELDSTONE, MICHAEL HOMEIER, OSVALDO TORRES
Moderated by: KURT REUSS

The on-again, off-again Re-authorization Bill became the on-again, off-again Integrity Bill of 2015. While not yet law, the bill's overall direction and spirit should be taken as a clear message of expected best practices and required disclosures. Our panel discusses a number of best practices to consider regardless of when and whether the Integrity Bill gets passed.

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Gregory White
Seyfarth Shaw

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Ronald Fieldstone 
Arnstein & Lehr

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Michael Homeier
Homeier & Law

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Osvaldo Torres
Torres Law

 

What are the implications to regional centers of 'The Integrity Bill of 2015' and what opportunities could arise from a well crafted bill.

The Integrity Bill requires regional centers to assume the types of oversight normally performed by broker-dealers in 'Reg D' private placements, so how will regional centers accomplish these tasks, and is the Department of Homeland Security equipped to oversee these securities requirements?