MEMBER HIGHLIGHT - SER member Colleen Diles was recently interviewed by Julie DiMauro of Global Relay Intelligence Practice (GRIP). Along with Lisa Crossley, Executive Director of the National Society of Compliance Professionals (NSCP), the women discussed the NSCP’s comment letter on the SEC's proposed rule changes on Safeguarding Customer Assets. The organization assembled a 15 member working group, which also consulted its Regulatory Advisory Committee and its board members, to write a comment letter to "reflect the collective concerns of NSCP’s members." Ms. Diles says the NSCP's greatest concern is the definition of custody, stating, "We need more clarity here, in order to put compliance professionals in a better position to successfully implement certain elements of the proposed rule.” You can read the full article here which includes the Comment Letter as well as the SEC's Proposed Amendments.
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