Report urges more hedge fund disclosure

Koning, Rachel
May 1999
Bond Buyer;05/03/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30632, p2
Trade Publication
Focuses on recommendations from the President's Working Group on Financial Markets to expand hedge fund disclosure for investment consumers in the United States.


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