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Prime brokers' capital-introduction teams may work well with hedge funds to raise assets, but independent marketers say some drawbacks exist in what regulations prohibit teams inside investment banks from doing for their hedge fund clients.

For compliance reasons, capital-introduction services by prime brokers seldom extend beyond an arrangement service to bring potential investors and managers together, explains Paul Radley, founder of London's Radley Capital Investments LLP.

Radley cites his

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