Banks have been forced out of prop trading by regulators but the funds are moving in
Tough regulation of banks’ proprietary trading
in the US and Europe is set to provide new opportunities for
hedge funds, according to a study from Citigroup.
Regulators on both sides of the Atlantic are aiming to
reduce the amount of speculative investments on large
firms’ balance sheets by forcing them to strip
their proprietary trading desks.
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