Hedge funds targeted by SEC large-trader reporting proposal

US regulatory proposals for a system to report large trading positions would identify significant positions by hedge fund managers, assigning previously opaque firms or individuals identification numbers to enable regulatory scrutiny.

Traders would provide numbers to their broker dealers and to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on request, in a move that is seen to be targeted at fund managers involved in high-frequency trading.

"This rule is designed to strengthen our oversight of

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