Paper presentation at 9:00 AM on Friday, October 11 at the University of Illinois in Champaign Urbana – Presentation at the Midwestern Law & Economics Association. Hedge Fund Performance After the Dodd-Frank Act – A Regression Discontinuity Analysis by Wulf A. Kaal (UST Minneapolis)* Barbara Luppi (Modena Italy)* Sandra Paterlini (EBS Germany)* Abstract Title IV of […]Read more "Hedge Fund Performance after the Dodd-Frank Act – Presentation at the Midwestern Law & Economics Association"
Presentation at the Canadian Law and Economics Association annual meeting on September 29, 2013 in Toronto: The Impact of Compliance Cost of Financial Regulation - Evidence from the Private Fund Industry by Wulf A. Kaal Abstract A common complaint about financial regulation is that it predominantly affects smaller firms because the cost of compliance brings increasing […]Read more "Presenting on “Hedge Fund Compliance Cost” at Canadian Law & Economics Association in Toronto"
Presentations at the Canadian Law and Economics Association annual meeting on September 28, 2013 in Toronto. Dynamic Regulation of the Financial Services Industry Wulf A. Kaal University of St. Thomas, Minnesota – School of Law 2013 Wake Forest Law Review, 2014, Forthcoming U of St. Thomas (Minnesota) Legal Studies Research Paper No. 13-24 Abstract: Governance adjustments […]Read more "Presenting on “Dynamic Regulation” at Canadian Law & Economics Association in Toronto"
Take FORM PF SURVEY ONLINE – completely anonymous Download Form PF Survey Questionnaire in Word Format To: Private Fund Advisers Registered with the SEC Chief Legal / Compliance Officer To Whom It May Concern From: Professor Wulf A. Kaal 1000 LaSalle Ave., MSL 400 Minneapolis, MN 55403 Telephone: (651) 962-4972 Cell: (312) 810-4390 Facsimile: (651) […]Read more "Form PF Survey 2013"
Originally posted on CLS Blue Sky Blog:
A common denominator of regulatory responses to crises is the use of stable and presumptively optimal rules. The term “stable and presumptively optimal rules” refers to rules that, once in place, do not change other than through other rules and Acts of Congress. Congress, financial regulators, and the…
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 […]Read more "The Hedge Fund Industry after the Lift of the Ban on General Solicitation"
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 […]Read more "Lifting the Ban on General Solicitation for Private Funds"