Tuesday, November 11, 2008

More Oversight for Private Players?

Hedge funds and private equity firms may come in for more regulatory oversight, if Senator Charles Schumer has his way.
The Deal.com noted that the New York Democrat, speaking at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association’s Summit on the Troubled Asset Relief Program Monday, predicts that any regulatory reform would include more oversight of private capital players such as hedge funds or buyout shops, whose failure could present a systemic threat.
“All market participants [regulated and unregulated] are linked as counterparties,” he said.
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