Sep 8 2006 | 12:00am ET
Much has been written about whether or not U.S. hedge funds should be regulated, but U.S. regulators aren’t the only ones with oversight responsibilities. The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority currently regulates just over 7,900 funds, and approximately 90% of them are classified as hedge funds, with many of these managers based in the U.S. Gary Linford, head of the Investments and Securities Division of CIMA, explains to FINalternatives how the Caymans regulates hedge funds and why he is concerned about ‘retailization’ of private investment vehicles.
What do you think of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s hedge fund registration rule being overturned? Do you think U.S. legislators should push for greater regulation?
Mar 17 2014 | 9:30am ET
“Transparency” has become a touchstone for investors in the post-Madoff world but, according to Carl Lingenfelter, chief administration officer at Northern Trust Hedge Fund Services, it's a concept that has evolved over the past five years from fraud protection to risk management to investment performance. Read more…
Mar 10 2014 | 11:33am ET
A huge thank you to all of the people who helped make last Thursday’s HFC NY Open Your Heart to the Children Benefit such a success. The charity gala raised nearly $2 million to prevent and treat child abuse in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Read more…