Tips For Hedge Funds Looking To Navigate The Post-JOBS Act World

Jul 17 2013 | 10:24am ET

By Holly Singer -- The long-awaited SEC ruling as of July 10, 2013 to lift the 80+ year old ban on general solicitation and advertising of private placements ushers in a sea change of communication opportunities and challenges for hedge fund managers. As mandated by the April 2012 JOBS Act, this rule dramatically expands the marketing flexibility for managers of private funds, enabling far more opportunistic public relations initiatives and media dissemination of messages while also providing for a deeper dive on content, encompassing product, personnel, strategy, performance, fund commentary . . . the list continues. 

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