Small Hedge Funds Bear Brunt of Dodd Frank

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Excellent article in today’s Wall Street Journal about how small hedge fund managers could bear the brunt of regulations spawned by the financial crisis. Registered investment advisers who have struggled with compliance for years are sure to have little sympathy for hedge fund managers that – my God! – now have to appoint a chief compliance officer and conduct an annual review.

A link to the WSJ home page follows, but you do need to have a subscription to the online Journal to read the entire story.