5 November 2014
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When a sophisticated investor is persuaded to invest in a hedge fund, they should realise that there is no realistic prospect of that investment vehicle being regulated effectively for the risk that it poses to the financial system, according to research from Michigan State University.
The role of the chief operating officer has evolved in the financial services sector, where tighter regulatory oversight and pressure on earnings and profitability has prompted many industry players to modify their business models, Chris John of Broadridge told Family Wealth Report.