KEYWORDS: Deutsche Bank, Dodd-Frank Act, emerging managers, fees, hedge fund infrastructure, Hedge Fund Launches, Hedge Fund Regulation, Liquidity, outsourcing, startup capital, strategy, transparency
Jeffrey Kollin, Joshua Blumenthal, Jeffrey Stomski
There’s no denying that the regulatory environment for hedge funds has become more complex and time consuming in recent years. And while some in the industry view the regulatory landscape as a barrier to starting a fund, the reality is that the startup market is alive and well. In fact, it’s thriving for those who go about it the right way. With many of the largest hedge fund managers closing their funds to new investors, the opportunity for new funds is as strong as ever.