Guidance is No Substitute for Rulemaking, But Helpful When Used Correctly

When the Division of Investment Management or the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations issues a guidance update or a risk alert, it is usually meant as a means to help advisers, investment companies, broker-dealers and others comply with securities laws and regulations. But just what are the benefits and drawbacks of guidance?
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