Under the radar

Japan regulation


Japanese authorities are set to tighten regulation of derivatives and collective investment schemes by requiring unlicensed alternative investment marketers, such as hedge funds, to register or notify the Financial Supervisory Agency (FSA) of their activities. But should these firms really be worried? Some market observers are not convinced anything will really change, suggesting the regulator will find it no easier now than it has before to enforce such rules.

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