California is looking to require hedge funds and private equity firms to register as investment advisors, HedgeWorld.com reports. The California Department of Corporations would achieve this by canceling a rule that has exempted those types of organizations from having to register.

California would also require out-of-state hedge funds and private equity firms that have more than six clients in the state to register. However, California is defining client as a fund.

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