A new report issued by Ernst & Young confirms that the
hedge fund industry has by and large rebounded from the
financial crisis, and is responding positively to requests
being made by investors for greater transparency.
The study also suggests that while investors and hedge fund
managers agree that new government regulations will impact
on and reshape the hedge fund industry, both camps believe
that enhanced regulation will not be beneficial.
The report, titled Restoring the Balance, was compiled for
Ernst & Young by consulting firm Greenwich Associates. The
annual study polled 104 hedge fund managers running $585
billion between them. For the first time, this year's study
also included investors - 53 institutional investors took part