John Wickham, Lehman Brothers

Debate around last year's proposed tax code changes continues, as does the US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) focus on hedge fund insider trading, fraud and market manipulation. However, momentum for direct regulation of hedge funds seems to have diminished. Responding to demand from institutional investors (and counterparties) for rigorous risk management and operational processes, many hedge funds appear to be taking steps to strengthen their infrastructure and increase transparency

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