Can compliance kill the bottom line?


As small firms, they operated under the radar and without the spectre of regulatory scrutiny. While the SEC and politically ambitious attorney generals started investigating the major behemoth firms on Wall Street, these hedge funds worked away quietly. But now, the agencies and authorities are taking a closer look at the smaller firms and the days of benign neglect are over.

Stewart Eisenhart, features editor for Waters' sibling publication Hedge Fund & Investment Technology , says that many of

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