Industry calls for EUR50,000 minimum EU fund threshold


An industry body formed to analyse the current organisation of the alternative investments business in the European Union (EU) has said there should be no specific regulation of hedge funds, save for a minimum investment threshold requirement of EUR50,000.

The hedge fund subgroup of the Expert Group on Alternative Investment Funds made its recommendations in a July report. However, some in the group believe this threshold is too low, and say the EU should have limited manager regulation in line

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