Impact of Regulatory Reforms on Hedge Funds is Key Focus of PLI’s Hedge Fund Registration and Compliance 2010 Seminar

As the government and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) push for a number of reforms in the financial markets, the impact on hedge funds is expected to be significant, particularly with the Private Fund Investment Advisers Registration Act of 2009 (House bill) and the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2009 (Dodd bill) both calling for the mandatory registration of hedge fund managers who meet certain assets under management (AUM) thresholds.  On April 9, 2010, the Practising Law Institute hosted the Hedge Fund Registration and Compliance 2010 seminar in New York City.  Among the key topics discussed during the conference were: fund manager registration; likely changes to the definition of accredited investor; proposed resolution authority; the Volcker Rule; key issues regarding hedge fund marketing; side letters; strategy drift; and soft dollars.  This article offers a comprehensive summary of the key points raised and discussed at the conference.

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