Three words keep cropping up in the financial reform package passed by the Senate on May 20: Chief Compliance Officer.
A case in point is Title IV, which requires that all hedge fund advisers with assets of $100 million or more register with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Among other things, registration requires the designation of a Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), a C-suite level position that makes sure the advisers have the systems in place to collect and report information as needed to the commission on their activities.
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