SEC finalises rules on hedge fund registration

To little surprise but some chagrin, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted on October 26 to finalise rules proposed earlier this year to require hedge funds to register as investment advisors and establish compliance policies and procedures.

According to the Commission, the rule will enable more thorough collection of information on hedge fund advisors and examination of their operations in order to root out compliance problems earlier and deter fraudulent activities. Hedge funds

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