RIAs, Family Offices Prep For Surprise Audits

–Kristen Oliveri

Registered investment advisors and family offices that have custody requirements are gearing up for surprise audits. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently finalized amendments to the custody requirements that contains a provision that says RIAs and family

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