Hedge Funds – A New Era of Transparency

Hedge funds play a critical role in capital formation, and are increasingly influential participants in the capital markets.  The hedge fund industry is transitioning from a secretive industry to a widely-recognized and influential group of investment managers. Mary Jo White’s speech at the Managed Funds Association Conference on October 18, 2013 underscores the transformation of the […]

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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA LAW SCHOOL CORPORATE INSTITUTE HEDGE FUND REGULATION SYMPOSIUM Tuesday, November 5, at 3:15-5:15PM (Reception to follow) University of Minnesota Law School Room 25 Applied for CLE Credits – 2 hours (No charge) RSVP to melloh@umn.edu   US hedge fund regulation under the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010…European hedge fund regulation…legal and illegal use […]


The Hedge Fund Industry after the Lift of the Ban on General Solicitation

The SEC yesterday approved final rules implementing one of the most important changes to securities regulation and offering practices in decades, as mandated by Congress in the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (“JOBS”) Act: to lift the ban on general solicitation or advertising in offerings to accredited investors that are exempt from registration under Rule 506 […]

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Lifting the Ban on General Solicitation for Private Funds

I previously commented on the bright future for the hedge fund industry. More good news for the industry it seems: private funds could find the ban on general solicitation lifted very soon under SEC rules implementing the provisions of the JOBS Act. Europe’s pending new AIFM regime for alternative investments is stricter but still has lots […]

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