Proposed SEC rules include surprise audits of investment advisers

Investment advisers registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission who hold clients' assets in their custody could be subject to surprise audits every year, according to proposals being considered by the SEC. The proposals also include a requirement that an independent auditor determine whether advisers have adequate internal controls in place.

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