Although hedge funds only recently began to lobby Congress and other Washington powerhouses to encourage them to back off on regulation, their efforts already appear to be making big strides, the International Herald Tribune reports.

The Securities and Exchange Commission, Treasury Department, Federal Reserve and Congress all appear to believe that hedge funds don’t require any additional regulation.

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