Hedge fund registration: a prelude to more prescriptive compliance?

EDITOR'S LETTER

No prizes for noticing that this month's issue of Hedge Fund & Investment Technology – the largest we've ever produced – focuses almost exclusively on compliance. Arguably the most significant compliance issue to impact the US alternative asset management industry ever is that of the likely scenario of US-based hedge funds larger than $25 million in assets under management being required to register with the SEC. But that's hardly an outlandish claim I hear you respond, considering that US

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