CCOs Must Keep Pace with Changes in How Firms Retain Books and Records

The world of information technology has changed virtually everything it has touched since the advent of email, data management and the Internet. Compliance with the SECs Rule 204-2, the Books and Records Rule, is no different. Advisers today typically keep some, if not most, of their documents electronically – and must remember to adapt their […]
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