Thu, Aug 13, 2020
A A A
Welcome Guest
Free Trial RSS
Get FREE trial access to our award winning publications
Alternative Market Briefing

SEC proposes to amend Form 13F

Monday, July 13, 2020

B. G., Opalesque Geneva:

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said on Friday that it had proposed to amend Form 13F - for the first time in more than 40 years. The proposal will update the reporting threshold (currently at $100m) for institutional investment managers and make other changes to keep up with the times. The changes are also meant to reduce unnecessary burdens on small managers.

Raising the reporting threshold to $3.5 billion

In 1978, when Form 13F was adopted, the threshold for filing the form was set at $100 million. Since then, says the SEC, the overall value of U.S. public corporate equities has grown over 30 times (from $1.1 trillion to $35.6 trillion), and the relative significance of managing $100 m has declined considerably. The proposal would raise the reporting threshold to $3.5 billion. In addition, the Commission has added other data collection tools, including N-PORT.

Under the proposed amendments, the aggregate value of section 13(f) securities reported by managers would represent approximately 75% of the U.S. equities market as a whole, as compared with 40% in 1981, the earliest year for which Form 13F data is available.

The proposed adjusted threshold would provide relief to smaller managers who are now subject to Form 13F reporting while retaining data on over 90% of the dollar value of the securities currently reported.

Other changes

The proposal also would direct the staff to review the ......................

To view our full article Click here

Today's Exclusives Today's Other Voices More Exclusives
Previous Opalesque Exclusives                                  
More Other Voices
Previous Other Voices                                               
Access Alternative Market Briefing

 



  • Top Forwarded
  • Top Tracked
  • Top Searched
  1. GCM Grosvenor to merge with Cantor Fitzgerald SPAC, to go public[more]

    Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia: GCM Grosvenor, a global alternative asset management solutions provider with approximately $57 billion in assets under management, is planning to go public by merging with a special purpose acquisition company backed by the financial-services firm Cantor Fitzgerald in

  2. Ocean Avenue Capital Partners wraps up the fourth fund at $350m[more]

    Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia: California-based lower-middle market private equity firm Ocean Avenue Capital Partners (OACP) has closed its fourth fund at a hard cap of $350 million, beating its $300 million target. OACP, which manages approximately $1.3 billion of capital, expects that represe

  3. New Launches: Hedge-fund launches pick up despite Covid-19 pandemic, Taconic launches new credit fund, Deerfield raises another $2.5bn as investors flock to health care investments, Blackstone's second fund targeting GP stakes raises $3.5bn so far, Morgan Stanley IM targets greener recovery with Euro sustainable funds, UCL hits $131m first close for sophomore venture capital fund, Fulcrum launches climate change fund, Blackbird raises $356m fund, Crypto venture fund raises $110m from universities, Prime Capital launches Liquid Alternatives Credit fund of funds[more]

    Hedge-fund launches pick up despite Covid-19 pandemic From WSJ: Raising money for a new hedge fund long was contingent on a host of in-person meetings. But a slate of managers are launching sizable startup funds despite complications wrought by the new coronavirus. Hedge-fund man

  4. PE/VC: How private equity co-investments can accelerate investor returns following a crisis, Pandemic slowed private equity fund closings in first half, Private-equity giants inking more deals in Asia[more]

    How private equity co-investments can accelerate investor returns following a crisis Investing in a post-crisis period is never simple. The atmosphere of opportunity compels investors to put capital to work. However, where and how to best invest becomes more important than ever. P

  5. Investing: Viking Global slashes exposure to hot tech stocks, Warren Buffett may have bought back a record $7bn of Berkshire Hathaway stock in the past 3 months[more]

    Viking Global slashes exposure to hot tech stocks From Institutional Investor: Viking Global Investors in the second quarter sharply cut back on positions in at least three of the market's hottest tech and internet stocks, according to a regulatory filing made public late Friday afterno