Now that some policymakers are shifting out of crisis mode, some of the competitive considerations that dominated regulatory discussions during the tenure of former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson are re-emerging. Nowhere is this more apparent than in contrasting approaches to regulation of alternative investment fund managers–hedge funds and private equity firms–being considered by the E.U. and the United States.
International Hedge Fund Rules May Trigger Migration
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