Hedge Fund Regulation
Offering a comprehensive review of one the most dynamic sectors of the financial marketplace, Hedge Fund Regulation provides you with up-to-date insights into the ever changing world of hedge funds. Hedge Fund Regulation guides you through the complex interplay of the many federal and state laws and regulations-including the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Investment Company Act of 1940, Commodities Exchange Act, State Blue Sky laws, Internal Revenue Code and ERISA-that must be considered in the structuring and operation of these investment vehicles, while also providing you with an understanding of the historical developments, current investment strategies and recent innovations that have seen hedge funds rise from relative obscurity to the forefront of the financial markets. This up-to-date resource also tracks the latest developments in the field, including the recent federal court reversal of the SEC's efforts to require registration of most hedge fund managers, the latest developments on soft-dollar arrangements and ERISA's plan asset rule and innovative methods by which investors can access hedge funds.
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