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Family Offices and Investor Groups Join Forces to Create Smarter Financial Opportunities

Family offices work with varied investors to achieve the best financial gains There are two types of family offices:  the Single family office that manages personal affairs as well as finances of one wealthy family; and the multi family office which helps investment firms engage in deeper and more lasting relationships. These two work side by side with several investor […]

Inside Scoop to Brugo’s Proposed Plan for the 520 Biscayne Property in Miami

  The Pi Art Tech and Trade Center,  led by Jorge Brugo, is a Florida based corporation which submitted bid to develop  a prime property of the Miami Dade College (MDC)  on 520 Biscayne Boulevard.  He is also the president and founder of Axis Realty Trust, Spainvestment and co-founder of the LuxurInvest LLC. Brugo is a low profile developer catalyzing […]

3 Major Digital Disruptions by Fintech Innovations

In December 2015, a collaboration between KPMG and H2 ventures, Fintech Innovators published a list of 100 top fintech innovators. The unveiling of the leading innovators in the financial sector came at a time of digital disruption caused by innovations such as peer-to -peer lending and crowdfunding. Those featured on the top 100 list are the ones that are taking advantage […]

How to Create A Cyber Security Culture + Employee Security Awareness

Did you hear the story of the Central Bank of Bangladesh that lost $100 million to hackers? It happened in February 2016 and goes like this. The bank believes Chinese hackers executed a hack that allowed $100 million to be taken from the bank’s foreign exchange account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. This is just the latest […]

Global Trends in Family Offices #3: Investing in the Diversity of Asia

By David Drake (Note: This article is the third  in a series on Global Trends in Family Offices Investments.) Asia has shown more robust economic growth than anywhere else in the world. According to IMF WEO Data, GDP grew to 6.3% in 2013 and is expected to grow to 6.5% in 2014, compared to 2.7% and 3.1% for Latin America/Caribbean, 1.6% […]

Wall Street’s Most Thankless Job – Compliance Officer

February 3, 2016 Dear Friends, This morning the Wall Street Journal published an article on ” The Most Thankless Job on Wall Street” – compliance officer. According to the article, recent enforcement actions that have found compliance officers personally liable are driving experienced people to be more cautious about the profession – compliance officers say they feel unfairly singled out. […]

FINRA Suspends Rep for Failure to Disclose OBAs

Dear Friends, FINRA suspended a registered representative for failure to disclose outside business activities, resulting in a $15,000 fine and a six month suspension from association with any FINRA member. The representative failed to disclose that he was a director and officer of a publicly traded company and the existence of an outside securities account in his name. Additionally, the […]

Supreme Court to Hear Insider Trading Case

January 20, 2016 Dear Friends, The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review a ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which could clarify a key element of insider trading – what constitutes a personal benefit –  resolving a dispute between divided federal courts of appeals. Second Circuit Decision: In December 2014, the U.S. Court of Appeals […]

SEC 2016 Exam Priorities

January 11, 2016 Dear Friends, The SEC announced its examination priorities for 2016, as outlined below. Private Fund Advisers: The SEC’s examination of private fund advisers will focus on fees and expenses evaluating, among other things, the controls and disclosures associated with side-by-side management of performance-based and purely asset-based fee accounts. Never-Before-Examined Investment Advisers and Investment Companies: The SEC will […]

CFTC Settles Insider Trading Case

Dear Friends, For the first time, the CFTC settled an insider trading case pursuant to CFTC Regulation 180.1 (“Rule 180.1”), promulgated under The Dodd Frank Act, resulting in a lifetime trading ban for the trader, a civil monetary penalty of $100,000 and a restitution payment of over $200,000. Rule 180.1 enhances the CFTC’s ability to prosecute fraud in connection with […]