The Securities and Exchange Commission has set the timetable and ground rules for when and how some mid-sized investment advisers can deregister with the federal regulatory agency and be overseen by state regulators.
On Nov. 19, the SEC said investment advisers have until Oct. 19, 2011 to register with a state and withdraw from SEC oversight. The process is commonly referred to by the securities industry as “the switch.”
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