Apr 27 2010 | 2:42am ET
Senate Republicans united yesterday to delay the massive financial regulation overhaul, but debate on the bill could begin as soon as this week anyway.
As written, the Senate bill would require hedge funds managing $100 million or more to register with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It also includes the so-called Volcker rule, which would bar bank holding companies from owning, investing in or sponsoring hedge funds or private equity funds. There would also be new rules governing over-the-counter derivatives, securitization and credit rating agencies.
Feb 3 2014 | 9:27am ET
In recognition of his extraordinary dedication to philanthropy, Marathon Asset Management’s Bruce Richards will be presented with the Award for Caring during the 16th Annual New York Open Your Heart to the Children Benefit, which takes place on Thursday, March 6. The gala, the largest gathering that Hedge Funds Care/Help For Children holds worldwide, will bring together 1,000 hedge fund executives to raise funds to help prevent and treat child abuse in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Read more…