Analysis

Do you need a mock SEC exam?

OCIE, deficiency letters and transparency


Cat-and-mouse game over Mifid II research payments

January deadline is coming fast for buy-side firms

One year on: How the EU’s MAR is changing hedge fund activism

HFMCompliance investigates the impact of Europe’s market abuse regulations



Salt 2017: Banking reform, MF Global and liquid alts

HFMCompliance brings you a round-up from Las Vegas last month


En Marche: Will Paris become a more popular HF home?

What now for hedge funds in France after Emmanuel Macron’s ascent to the presidency?


UK’s new criminal tax law is a minefield for hedge funds

Aima’s Paul Hale explains the implications of new tax evasion penalties


SEC Speaks: What plans is the agency making for 2017?

Three areas from the agency conference in Washington DC


2020 Vision: The changing role of the CCO

HFMCompliance examines what CCOs will be doing by the end of the decade


What is the future for risk retention rules?

CLO operators face new regime after 24 December last year


On the chopping block: What hedge fund rule are set to be axed?

Donald Trump’s administration signals major changes


What does leaving the single market mean for hedge funds?

The consequences of the single market exit for hedge funds


The compliance hurdles to starting a hedge fund in 2017

Compliance costs, outsourcing and hiring a proper CCO


The SEC under President Donald Trump

Hedge funds prepare for new reality under Republican government



States move to restrict non-compete agreements

Hedge funds caught up in push to protect low-wage workers


A bonfire of regulations: What might Trump’s win mean for hedge funds?

Experts predict the end of ‘broken windows’ regulation as bank stocks soar


Sea to shining sea: How state regs are shaking up New York and California

Tax rules and anti-terror financing reporting are keeping CCOs busy in both states


The regulatory landscape under Donald Trump

HFMWeek takes a look at some of the promises made by the surprise victor along the campaign trail


SEC looks to show it means business on insider trading

Regulator aims to regain initiative after Newman setback with Leon Cooperman charges