SEC Alleges Adviser Ignored Compliance Responsibilities, Falsely Identified CCOs

Compliance and chief compliance officers are not just for show. Advisers that name CCOs but then fail to give them responsibility for administering their firms written compliance policies and procedures may be called out by the agency for doing just that - as one advisory firm found out.
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