4 edition of Regulation of the hedge fund industry found in the catalog.
Regulation of the hedge fund industry
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.
|Series||S. hrg -- 108-911|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||110|
Hedge Fund Industry Self-Regulation - Thomas Donaldson The Ethics of International Business, was the winner of the SIM Academy of Management Best Book Award, and his book, Ties that Bind. The industry began in as a tool to help investors diversify their portfolios and provide returns that were uncorrelated to the equity market. The industry’s investors must meet basic requirements defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission prior to investing in .
The hedge fund industry, on the other hand, is considerably smaller, only recently surpassing the $ trillion mark in total assets under management. Both mutual funds and hedge funds are similar, in that both use a professional money manager to invest a pool of funds in a diversified portfolio of investments. Nice overview of the hedge fund industry. A bit tedious though and debate around regulation of the hedge fund industry is not too robust. That part of the book was not worthwhile. Recommended if you want to understand the US hedge fund industry and how it became what it is today. Heavy going and a little slow but a good read nonetheless.4/5.
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Hedge funds, the legal and compliance pressures on the industry have hit an all-time high. The new second edition of Hedge Fund Regulation helps you steer a safe course through the turbulence.
Clearly explaining the current federal and state standards governing the organization, launch, and operation of hedge funds, this much-needed guide helps5/5(1). With scores of enforcement actions over the past six years involving hedge funds, high-profile insider trader cases implicating hedge fund managers, the sweeping provisions of the new Dodd-Frank Act, and the resulting proposed SEC and CFTC rules that affect hedge funds, the legal and compliance pressures on the industry have hit an all-time high.5/5(1).
In addition to laws specifically focused on hedge fund activities, all fund managers are subject to federal laws prohibiting insider trading, market manipulation and fraud. Finally, while the industry is highly-regulated, there is no government backstop and no hedge fund received a Troubled Asset Relief Program bailout during the financial crisis.
Since the first funds were established over sixty years ago, the hedge fund industry has grown dramatically in size and complexity. More than just a passing phenomenon, hedge funds are now an important part of global asset management -- and increasingly the focus of.
graduates seeking initiation into the industry, and a desktop reference for not-so-recent graduates. In this book, you will find the key to the secret verbal handshakes that make up the code of the hedge fund community. The Book of Jargon®: Hedge Funds is one of a series of practice area-specific glossaries published by Latham & Watkins.
Hedge fund investors do not receive all of the federal and state law protections that commonly apply to most mutual funds. For example, hedge funds are not required to provide the same level of disclosure as you would receive from mutual funds.
Without the disclosure that the securities laws require for most mutual funds, it can be more. And, with much of the regulation affecting hedge funds yet to be finalised, uncertainty hangs over the future regulatory landscape.
Industry commitment. Given the minefield that hedge fund managers now have to tread, they must be dedicated to ensuring compliance and adapting to regulatory change. Understanding the interaction of the legal and regulatory frameworks that impact on hedge fund operations has become critical for hedge fund sponsors and managers, service providers and stakeholders.
In its first edition, this practical handbook outlined for the first time key trends in the global hedge fund industry. Release # 8 is now available for Hedge Fund Regulation.
With scores of enforcement actions over the past five years involving hedge funds, high-profile insider trader cases implicating hedge fund managers, and new and imminent SEC rules aimed at hedge funds, the legal and compliance pressures on the industry have hit an all-time high.
This makes co-operation between both national regulators and the hedge fund industry to achieve set regulatory goals all the more imperative. In this context, a useful approach to limiting the downside of high risk investments would be to require these funds to set up a financial cushion against this eventuality.
The top executives who have contributed chapters to the book hold c-suite positions at many of the industry’s largest and best-known hedge fund firms.
Each contributor has forged a distinguished career, including leadership roles, board positions (including two former Chairs of the Managed Funds Association) and collectively decades of. This book chapter examines theoretical approaches for hedge fund regulation and emphasizes indirect regulatory means for the industry.
The chapter shows that indirect regulation of the hedge fund industry attains most regulatory objectives while providing the industry with sufficient : Wulf A.
Kaal. As the hedge fund industry has grown dramatically in size and complexity, it has become both an important part of global asset management and the focus of new legislation and regulation. This all-encompassing book provides an expert look at the state of the industry, providing legal and practical insights into taxation, regulation.
FUND REGULATION Chapter 10 Regulation of Private Investment Companies Chapter 11 Regulation of Registered Investment Companies PART IV THE HEDGE FUND MANAGER Chapter 12 Investment Adviser Registration Chapter 13 Compliance Chapter 14 Books and Records (Hedge Fund Reg., Rel.
#11, 5/18) xi. A recurrent concern shared by market participants and regulators around the world is that the increasing size of the hedge fund industry coupled with potential agency problems, activist investment practices and herding behavior may exacerbate financial instability.
Having said that, although it is frequently suggested that hedge funds are unregulated, hedge funds are in fact Author: Douglas Cumming.
The hedge fund industry in the United States evolved from a niche market participant in the early s to a major industry operating in international financial markets. Hedge funds in the United States were originally privately-held, privately-managed investment funds, unregistered and exempt from federal securities : Wulf A.
Kaal, Dale A. Oesterle. Regulation. Hedge fund managers face increased regulation. The Private Fund Investment Advisers Registration Act in the United States and the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive in Europe are both having considerable impacts on the industry already, if only for the uncertainty that they have created until they are in effect.
Covering one of the most dynamic and rapidly changing sectors of the asset management industry, Hedge Fund Regulation, is designed to provide comprehensive understanding of hedge funds, from their history and investment strategies to the legal and compliance considerations affecting their structuring, management and market provides a single source that.
Concerns about hedge fund risks, along with investors' urgency to obtain liquidity in a highly uncertain environment, prompted massive capital flight out of the hedge fund industry during and Nonetheless, the industry recovered rapidly, and hedge fund assets under management reached $2 trillion for the first time in Financial Regulation and the Hedge Fund Industry – Part 1 Jean Lehmann He currently lectures at INSEEC on Banking Management and the Hedge Fund industry, and is a member of Keiretsu forum, a global investment community of accredited private equity angel investors, venture capitalists and corporate/institutional investors.
Hedge Fund Self-Regulation in the US & UK 1 I. INTRODUCTION The phrase “regulation of hedge funds” is a contradiction in terms. Hedge funds are designed to avoid regulation, allowing flexibility in investment for both the hedge fund managers and investors in the fund.1 Hedge funds are structured so as to fall through the cracks, and anyFile Size: KB.Expanded Oversight of the Hedge Fund Industry In The United States.
Regulatory Institutions Impacting the Hedge Fund Industry U.S. Regulation 4 The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is an independent federal agency that.The Hedge Fund Journal is a monthly magazine focusing on the global hedge fund industry.
Charles Gradante of Hennessee Group talks to Edmund Grouse and gives his views on why hedge fund managers should not be unduly worried about the prospect of regulation in the US.