2017 Securities Law Developments Conference
December 7, 2017
Washington, DC

What Does the Coming Year Hold for Securities Law?

With new SEC leadership, understanding how regulatory developments will affect you and your organization is even more crucial to being successful in the fund industry.

The Securities Law Developments Conference, which took place on December 7 in Washington, DC, was held in partnership with the ICI Education Foundation.

This year’s event featured SEC Commissioner Kara Stein and Dalia Blass, newly named director of the SEC’s Division of Investment Management. Participants also heard directly from regulatory and industry experts who spoke in-depth about a variety of issues, including:

  • the implications of the DOL fiduciary rule;
  • implementation of the SEC’s liquidity risk management rule;
  • recent ETF developments;
  • SEC compliance and enforcement;
  • and more!


Kara M. Stein
US Securities and Exchange Commission
Dalia Blass
Director, Division of Investment Management
US Securities and Exchange Commission

Thank You to Our Sponsors


Interested in a Discount?

ICI hosted both the Securities Law Developments Conference and Cybersecurity Forum back-to-back this year in Washington, DC. The Cybersecurity Forum was held December 6, followed by the Securities Law Developments Conference on December 7.

Individuals and firms participating in both the Securities Law Developments Conference and the Cybersecurity Forum were eligible for a $250 discount per registration/per conference, for a minimum total discount of $500.

There were two ways to qualify: either one individual attended both conferences, or a firm could send a different participant to each conference. In either case, individuals or firms used the code CYBERSECLAW during each registration. The ICI Conferences team verified that each registration using the code qualified for the discount.

This discount was not available to multiple individuals from the same firm attending the same conference. Contact Kirstin White at conferences@ici.org or 202-326-5968 for additional information.