After years of operating in the shadows, hedge funds are about to be thrust into the light. Under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, most hedge funds have to register with the SEC by July 2011. But the unprecedented transparency brought by SEC registration may find more than a few fund managers unprepared -- and feeling a bit uneasy.
To help you survive life under the SEC, Advanced Trading presents the SEC Registration Survival Guide, a complete guide to registering with the Securities and Exchange Commission and complying with the regulator's rules. This special digital edition of Advanced Trading is available for download now.
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In This Issue:
SEC REGISTRATION SURVIVAL GUIDE: Here's everything funds need to know about registering with the Securities and Exchange Commission and how to remain in compliance with the SEC rules.
STOCK PICKING FOR THE BIRDS: A new hedge fund taps the collective wisdom of Twitter to pick stocks. But experts warn that relying on the social network to predict the stock market could be dangerous.
THE BEGINNING OF THE END FOR PROP TRADING? As top traders jump ship, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase shutter their prop trading desks -- way ahead of regulatory deadlines.
How Much Will Compliance Cost Your Firm?
A First-Ever Look at Hedge Fund Flows
Larry Tabb's Formula for Kick-Starting Growth
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Understanding the Volcker Rule and Proprietary Trading
Colocation and Optimizing Liquidity Sourcing
The Growing Popularity of Alternative Asset Classes
How the Buy Side Can Cope With MiFID and Fragmentation