Hedge Funds Formation, Regulation and Compliance
Hedge Fund regulation is one of the most mercurial areas of the law. Registration requirements have been passed by rule, struck down by the Courts, and re-passed by Congress. Securities and Exchange Commission rules implementing these head-spinning changes have created a hybrid regulatory regime, as evidenced by the new creature called the “exempt reporting adviser.” With the ERISA implications, its detailed custody and recordkeeping requirements, the overlay of securities registration/exemption rules, and the interplay of the Investment Company and Investment Adviser Act, this is a highly complex area that requires frequent legal assistance. Page Perry represents hedge fund advisers that are both SEC and state registered.