Regulatory costs and an increasingly squeezed market could force some firms to consolidate, experts tell FOW
Regulatory costs and an increasingly squeezed market could
force some smaller hedge funds and commodity trading advisors
(CTA) to consolidate within their respective industries,
experts have told FOW, writes Joe Parsons.
With the European Market Infrastructures Regulation (Emir)
and Dodd-Frank coming into force, firms in both fields are
having to commit more capital in order to comply with new
In addition, a survey by the Financial Conduct Authority
(FCA) has found 20 of the largest hedge funds managed by 12
firms hold 82%, or around £285bn, of all assets under
management (AUM) in Britain.
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