Ernst & Young announced last week it has formed a new, specialized tax practice to serve mutual funds, hedge funds and private equity firms.

The New York-based accounting and auditing giant's National Financial Services Asset Management Tax Practice has pooled all market-based and service decisions under one group of leadership, explained Michael Serota, market leader of the new practice.

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