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Marc E. Elovitz

Marc E. Elovitz

Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP

New York, NY, USA


Marc E. Elovitz is chair of Schulte Roth & Zabel’s Investment Management Regulatory & Compliance Group. He advises hedge funds, private equity funds and funds of funds on compliance with the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and other federal, state and self-regulatory organization requirements, including establishing compliance programs, registering with the SEC and handling SEC examinations. Marc provides guidance to clients on securities trading matters and represents them in regulatory investigations and enforcement actions, arbitrations and civil litigation. He also regularly leads training sessions for portfolio managers and analysts on complying with insider trading and market manipulation laws.

A member of the American Bar Association’s Business and Litigation Sections and the Hedge Funds Subcommittee of the Committee on Federal Securities Regulation, Marc is a frequent speaker at hedge fund industry conferences and seminars. In addition, he co-authors the “Market Manipulation” chapter in the leading treatise, Federal Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Matthew Bender) and wrote the chapter on “The Legal Basis of Investment Management in the U.S.” for the Oxford University Press book, The Law of Investment Management. After graduating with honors from Wesleyan University in 1986, Marc attended New York University School of Law, from which he was awarded his J.D. degree in 1990.

Marc E. Elovitz is associated with the following items:
Answer Book Chapters  Answer Book Chapters Protecting Firms Through Policies and Procedures, Training, and Testing - Insider Trading Law and Compliance Answer Book (2018 Edition), Wednesday, November 01, 2017
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