How Should Regulators Measure A Hedge Fund's 'Footprint'? – ValueWalk Premium
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How Should Regulators Measure A Hedge Fund's 'Footprint'?

While post-crisis regulations are well-established for systemically important banks, and well on their way for SI insurance companies, regulators are really just starting to think about the details of addressing non-bank non-insurance (NBNI) financial companies: money market funds, mutual funds, hedge funds, asset managers. It’s a long list, and there aren’t necessarily systemically important institutions in every category, but the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and the International Organization for Securities Commissions (IOSCO) have started laying down

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