Singapore Exchange lists hedge funds

The Singapore Exchange (SGX) started accepting the listing of hedge funds on its markets from June 29. The listing rules will be less onerous than for traditional funds, as they will only be offered to highly specialised investment pools comprising institutional and accredited investors, said SGX.

Regulated under the current investment fund framework, hedge funds will have to make some "necessary adaptations", said SGX. For instance, hedge funds must have a minimum asset size of at least S$20

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