US bulge-bracket firms get serious about compliance


LONDON -- US bulge-bracket firms are starting to address a number of complex compliance and ethical business issues in the wake of the Sarbannes-Oxley Act of 2002 by investing in technology to monitor their employees’ conduct. Nowhere is this better illustrated than by the recent announcement that New York hedge fund Pequot Capital Management and Pittsburgh-based Mellon Financial Corporation -- two of the largest hedge fund and asset management organisations in the US respectively -- have signed

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