How just beastly, that beast of regulatory burden!

If you hoped the regulatory burden on hedge funds would ease after Phil Goldstein's taking on and winning in Bulldog's court, against the US Securities & Exchange Commission's plans to force most of the world's hedge funds to register with it, you hoped too soon. With know-your-customer and anti-money laundering, bubbling along nicely in the background, hedge funds continue to face a regulatory beast of burden, whether that be the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) or EU Savings

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