Wish Carefully

Berman, Kenneth I.; Harrell, Michael P.; MacHarg, Marcia; Speigel, Jennifer
February 2007
Investment Dealers' Digest;2/26/2007, Vol. 73 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
The article discusses the two sets of rules proposed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that cover a wider area than the hedge fund registration. These are the anti-fraud rule and the new accredited investor rule, which classify the categories of natural persons who can invest in certain types of private funds. The proposal, if approved, would limit the availability of private funds to unsophisticated retail investor.


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