As a federally mandated registration deadline nears, many hedge fund managers are considering longer lock-up periods to elude the regulation, a recent report indicates.

Beginning next year, hedge funds with more than $30 million in assets and/or more than 15 clients must begin reporting more to the government by submitting audits, appointing a chief compliance officer and adopting a code of ethics.

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