Scrutiny of the bounty

Introduction

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But in the US, one recent point of focus at the Securities and Exchange Commission has been on an altogether more controversial topic within the hedge fund industry: risk disclosure. And it seems that debates about the extent to which hedge fund managers should disclose trading information may have missed the point. In a provocative personal opinion piece, Barry Schachter argues that on closer examination, the scope for useful quantitative risk disclosure seems very narrow (page S8).

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