Back to the regulatory board

It's back to the regulatory drawing board for the SEC after its hedge fund registration rule was quashed by a US appeal court on what was essentially a technicality. But is a mass 'de-registration' on the cards for the US hedge fund industry or are funds staying put for the time being until the regulatory landscape becomes clearer? Stewart Eisenhart reports

Last month's ruling by the District of Columbia Circuit of the US Court of Appeals denying the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC

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