How upcoming regulation change is wreaking havoc in the hedge fund industry.
year we have seen some very high profile Hedge Fund managers
announce the closing of their funds, primarily due to new
excessive regulation coming out of Dodd-Frank. I want to
preface this with the fact that this is a dismal year for many
Regulators in the US have developed numerous new rules and
regulations that will take effect this year and into early
2012. This June, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted
rules that require advisers to hedge funds to register with the
SEC, and establish new exemptions for SEC registration and
reporting requirements for certain advisers, and reallocate
regulatory responsibility for advisers between the SEC and
states. Registration must be done by March of 2012.
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