Aligning Employee and Investor Interests Under the Volcker Rule

The Volcker Rule limits the extent to which bank-affiliated asset managers and their employees may invest in hedge funds that they sponsor.  As a result, such managers need to ensure that any arrangements that allow for employee participation, including compensation arrangements, comply with the final Volcker Rule.  In a guest article, Tram N. Nguyen and Steven W. Rabitz, both partners at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, examine the different options that managers have under the final Volcker Rule in designing such arrangements.

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