Tag Archives: private equity managers

EU hedge fund plan may choke investment-UK minister

Reuters – European Union plans to tighten regulation of hedge funds and private equity managers could choke off investments and deepen the credit crunch, British Business Secretary Peter Mandelson said in the text of a speech to be delivered on […]

Hedge funds: If you can’t beat ’em …

TheDeal.com – Since increased regulation for hedge funds and private equity managers is essentially inevitable, several organizations, including the Managed Fund Association and the Alternative Investment Management Association, have stopped trying to stymie legislation, but they have instead saddled up […]

Open Europe Hedge Fund Survey Findings

New York (HedgeCo.net) – Based on two surveys of private equity managers and hedge fund managers, carried out during August 2009, Open Europe has published the most comprehensive study to date of the likely impact of the EU’s proposed Alternative […]

Europe Fund Law ‘To Cost $2.8 Billion’ in Year One, Survey Says

Bloomberg – The European Union’s proposed rules for hedge funds and private equity firms may cost as much as 1.9 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in the first year and 985 million euros annually thereafter, an industry survey says. The Directive […]

Are Pension Funds the New Venture Capitalists?

Seeking Alpha – According to "Calpers Weighs Expanding Own Hedge-Fund Investments" by Jenny Strasburg and Craig Karmin (Wall Street Journal, April 16, 2009), the giant California pension fund may be the first stop for fledgling hedge fund managers who seek […]