Making sense of SEC registration


The SEC has at last released details of its proposed rule requiring hedge funds to register as investment advisers. Stewart Eisenhart asked Stuart Pfeffer and Chris Kundro of BearingPoint and Rob Hegarty of TowerGroup for their views on its impact

HFIT: Are hedge funds’ concerns with the new rule less to do with registration itself and more with the potential of having to comply with more aggressive regulations down the line?

Pfeffer: Whether you find registration burdensome depends on who you are

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