SEC proposes increased disclosure for registered hedge funds
Fri Feb 15, 2008
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday
proposed revisions that would require increased public
disclosure from investment advisers, including registered hedge
funds. The SEC is now seeking comments on the proposal, and
attorneys expect that some registered managers could use the
Goldstein decision to argue against these requirements.
The proposed changes will force hedge funds to provide more
detailed and up-to-date information about business practices,
conflicts of interest, and disciplinary history...
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