All carrot, no stick

Until now, concerns about pension and other institutional money flowing into hedge funds with little third-party oversight have been effectively countered by arguments from industry analysts, lobbyists, and managers themselves that institutional investors bring their own demands to the table. If a hedge fund manager wants to attract institutional capital, that manager must meet substantial demands in terms of reporting, compliance, and demonstrably capable infrastructures, or that investor

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