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SEC Proposes to Amend Form 13F Reporting Thresholds for Institutional Investment Managers

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On July 10, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed to raise the Form 13F reporting threshold for institutional investment managers from $100 million to $3.5 billion (the Proposal). Currently, investment managers must file quarterly reports if they have investment discretion over public equity securities with an aggregate fair market value of at least $100 million. This reporting threshold has not been adjusted since the adoption of Form 13F in 1975.

Read the full article from Lowenstein Sandler here: https://www.lowenstein.com/news-insights/publications/client-alerts/sec-proposes-to-amend-form-13f-reporting-thresholds-for-institutional-investment-managers

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