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The proposed regulations will place extra burdens on fund managers to comply. But there is cause for optimism, writes Gen II’s Robert Caporale.
'Perennial' problem has overseas advisers nervous
Fees, expenses trip up advisers
With or without proposed reforms, private funds are in a for a rough time over fees and expenses
'Investors were unable to make a fully informed decision,' SEC claims as it hints at 'ongoing' developments
Advisers would have to track portcos' greenhouse gas emissions
'Uneven field,' Chairman says, but stops short of calling for ban of payment-for-order flow
Cornerstone 'officers acted with at least extreme recklessness,' Commission claims in new suit
'The erosion of fiduciary duties has magnified these risks,' Frehrichs says
Singapore makes top three

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