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- Meeting and Exceeding Clients and Regulators’ Expectations Although it can be difficult, there are ways for RIAs to meet or exceed client expectations, increase customer satisfaction, and help firms retain current clients and attract new ones.
- Recent Changes in the Regulatory Landscape 2011 marked a major shift in the regulatory environment, as the SEC adopted rules for implementing the Dodd-Frank Act. Many changes to Investment Advisers Act were authorized by Title IV of the Dodd-Frank Act.
The bill, approved by a vote of 402-11, now moves to the Senate.
Ron Kuykendall, a spokesperson for the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT) says that the bill will "help the U.S. real estate community, through listed REITs, raise very much needed equity from non-U.S. investors. And it would provide a source of capital" for the U.S. real estate market.
FINRA released a regulatory notice last year (Notice 09-09), which required that 18 months following the conclusion of a non-listed REIT's offering, the REIT must publish a per-share value based on an appraisal of the REIT's assets and operations so that broker-dealers could include this value on their customers' account statements.