The SEC proposed new rules last week to enhance Form PF reporting

As background, Form PF requires private fund advisers with at least $150 million in private fund assets under management to report certain information to the SEC at least annually and for a subset of large private fund advisers to provide more information on a more frequent basis.

The rule proposal makes changes in three principal areas including:

  • Requiring current reporting by large private fund advisers for certain triggering events.
  • Change reporting thresholds and require additional information to be reported by large private equity advisers.
  • Require additional reporting by Large Liquidity Fund Advisers.

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