Recently Pastore & Dailey advised clients on complex questions regarding family offices and the compensation of non-family member “key employees” of such offices. Pastore & Dailey referenced the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Dodd-Frank, and other securities act provisions to help the clients maneuver the complex structure of a family office and how to properly compensate non-family member employees pursuant to these provisions so as to not lose the family office exemption.
Tags: Christopher Kelly, Corporate, Dan M. Smolnik, Joseph Pastore, Security, Tax
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