By Nick Paraskeva, Thomson Reuters Accelus contributing author
NEW YORK, May 18 (Thomson Reuters Accelus) – The SEC has new priorities in its 2012 exam program, including verifying firms’ holding of client funds and their net capital calculations.
The changes follow the collapse of MF Global, which revealed that client funds were missing despite regulations requiring that they be segregated. The revisions also reflect top findings found during the 2011 exam program, and follow major reforms to the SEC’s exam office. (more…)