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MFA and Aima join forces to criticise proposed SEC rule on derivatives use by hedge funds

The Managed Funds Association (MFA) and Alternative Investment Management Association (Aima) have raised concerns over a notionally based leverage limit in registered funds, including hedge funds.

Collateral management becomes issue for buy-side as regulatory impact bites

Buy-side companies are being forced to rethink their strategies due to regulations that have increased the value of collateral in trading and risk management, according to a report.

Aima critical of EU approach to non-bank financing and urges re-think of rules

Enduring barriers preventing non-bank finance and capital markets from developing in the European Union (EU) should be removed, says the Alternative Investment Management Association (Aima).

Hedge fund managers and investors (mostly) share similar views on new regulatory requirements

Hedge fund managers and investors share similar views about regulation – more than is usually assumed – according to a survey from Northern Trust hedge fund services.

Exempt reporting advisers may face more scrutiny from US regulators

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) may be set to increase its scrutiny of unregistered financial advisers, according to regulatory compliance consulting firm Cordium.

India changes offshore investment rules for alternative funds

The decision by India's market regulator to raise the amounts that local alternative funds can invest in offshore funds has been welcomed by participants.

Global post-trade industry set for major changes

Regulatory and market changes are having a major impact on the global post-trade industry as regulators focus on risk and competition, says a report by research and consulting firm Celent.

More rule changes to come warns SEC head

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will continue to develop its regulatory framework to protect investors, SEC chair Mary Jo White said.