The SEC plans to issue the first in a series of legal bulletins on investment adviser advertising practices by Dec. 31.

The bulletins are expected to summarize various SEC pronouncements on requirements for advertising investment performance, said Douglas Scheidt, associate director in the SEC's division of investment management. The SEC staff also may expand on existing guidance about advertising practices in the bulletins, Scheidt said in a recent interview.

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