Hedge Funds: Turning ‘Private’ The New Game In TownVW Staff
Are hedge funds dodging the Dodd-Frank?
That may be putting it a bit strongly, but certainly more and more hedge funds are looking to convert to ‘family offices’ - vehicles that are less exposed to the rigors of regulatory compliance. True, these are mostly funds that have a substantial chunk of their funds owned by the fund manager or his family themselves, but the fact remains that the advantages of ‘privatizing,’ so to speak, outweigh the prospects of . . .
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