Hedge funds: no escape from regulatory net


LONDON - The aftermath of the London Group of 20 summit has raised questions about the scope and depth of hedge fund regulation. While it is clear the global financial community, in the form of the renamed Financial Stability Board (FSB), will be at the centre of the new regulatory oversight of hedge funds, it is uncertain what this actually means.

The methodology and rationale behind the assessment of the potential systemic risk a hedge fund presents to the world financial system have not been

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