Regulators appear poised to initiate at least mild
regulations on the US hedge fund industry following a two-day
roundtable discussion with regulators and industry
While no official word on what new regulations are being
considered by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), it
appears that at least two policies have some momentum. One rule
change would be to increase the minimum net worth for an
accredited investor to $2m, up from the current $1m level.
Another idea being pushed calls for registering hedge funds
with either SEC or Commodity Futures Trading Commission
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