Hedge Funds Eye Mergers

Smaller hedge funds have reportedly been shopping themselves around to larger firms in order to avoid the regulatory and compliance burdens that will come with the new regulation in the U.S., according to lawyers.

  • 20 Sep 2010

--Eleni Himaras

Smaller hedge funds have reportedly been shopping themselves around to larger firms in order to avoid the regulatory and compliance burdens that will come with the new regulation in the U.S., according to lawyers.

Until U.S. regulators define a major swap participant under the Dodd-Frank Act, it ...

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