Shadow Banking System | Britain Hedge Fund Regulations

Shadow Banking System

Britain Hedge Fund Regulations

Shadow Banking System | Britain Hedge Fund RegulationsWhile completing some research for an upcoming conference on the future of hedge funds and private equity and Europe I came across this article below. It discusses the proposed changes to Britain's regulation regime which could directly affect hedge fund managers in London, one of the top two most popular centers of hedge fund activity today. Here is the article excerpt:
Secretive hedge funds will eventually be subject to the same supervisory rules as banks, under a tightening of Britain’s system of regulation.

The changes, which will require banks and other lenders to build up their reserves in healthy economic times, could become the basis for international efforts to overhaul regulation at the G20 summit in London on April 2. The moves will be proposed on Wednesday in a report by Lord Turner of Ecchinswell, chairman of the Financial Services Authority, who will call for an overhaul of the tripartite links between the FSA, the Bank of England and the Treasury. source

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