Recent SEC Settlement Cautions Hedge Fund Managers Not to Turn a Blind Eye to Potential Impropriety in Evaluating Transactions with Counterparties

A recent SEC settlement demonstrates that financial institutions, including hedge fund managers, can be held liable for turning a blind eye to potential counterparty impropriety in choosing to enter into transactions with such counterparties.  This article describes the settlement and discusses its implications for hedge fund managers.

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