Hedge funds need balanced supervision by regulators, say Iosco panelists

Investors must be protected, but hedge funds should not be discouraged

Hedge funds are providing more liquidity in financial markets, but more regulation is needed to allow them to grow and operate efficiently, said panelists at the 2006 conference of the International Organization of Securities Commissions in Hong Kong in June.

Speakers said a balance is needed between regulating hedge funds to protect investors and the market as a whole, and ensuring they can operate efficiently without having to face overbearing barriers to growth.

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