Hedge Fund Registration Narrowly Passes With 3-2 Vote

Frankie, Christopher
November 2004
Investment Management Weekly;11/1/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 43, p4
Reports on the approval of a mandate by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission which will require hedge fund managers to register as investment advisors with the agency effective February 1, 2006. Significance of the mandate to the Commission; Implication of the requirement for hedge funds; Statement issued by Joseph Sack, vice president of the Bond Market Association, regarding the timeframe in which funds will be given to come into compliance.


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