A Battle Cry for Hedge Funds: Separate But Not Equal

Apr 3 2012 | 1:54pm ET

By Diane Harrison, Panegyric Marketing -- Since the financial crisis of 2008 it has become a popular anthem for the investment community at large to criticize and call for sweeping hedge fund reform. Champions to this cause include investors suffering at the hands of hedge fund managers who either misappropriated or mismanaged their funds, institutions with unfulfilled target investment goals, regulators working to appease investor sentiment for better information and access, and politicians jumping on a cause that works to increase their popularity with a voting base.

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