The SEC could not stamp out fraud even if regulation of advisers comes to pass, according to industry experts.
On Thursday August 14 this year, the lights went out across the northeast US and the Canadian province of Ontario, in the worst ever power failure in North American history.
When high-profile blow-ups hit the headlines, calls for greater transparency come to the fore. By Peter Davies, vice-chairman, RiskMetrics Group
US bulge-bracket firms are starting to address a number of complex compliance and ethical business issues in the wake of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 by investing in technology to monitor their employees' conduct.
Barry Schachter discovers that the path towards a workable structure for hedge fund quantitative risk disclosure is very narrow. Bad news for the post-LTCM lobbyists
Cutting edge: Liquidity risk