New Perspective: SEC Dulls Form PF Requirements, Tech Demands Eased

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Form PF's extended deadlines, voted on by the SEC, mean hedge funds have been granted a reprieve if they have not begun to prepare for the new rules. And they can breathe easier when it comes to technology projects geared toward Form PF compliance. By Anthony Malakian

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has unanimously voted to ease some of its rules surrounding Form PF, a controversial piece of the Dodd–Frank Act that is meant to allow regulators to monitor systemic risk among hedge

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