The SEC now has a better view of the landscape it will be monitoring.
More than 1,500 advisors to hedge funds and other private funds have registered with the agency since the passage of Dodd-Frank reforms in 2010, the SEC says. The new registrations are giving the commission its first comprehensive look at advisors to these types of funds.
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