The lobbying group for U.S. hedge funds has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to figure out a way to regulate the industry without making registration with the Commission mandatory, The New York Post reports.

In a letter to the SEC, the Managed Funds Association said it wouldn’t mind if the Commission took up alternative regulatory actions, such as making it more difficult for investors to buy into hedge funds.

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