Hedge funds’ take on the wide array of new regulations being proposed for collateralized debt obligations, credit default swaps and derivatives, in addition to taxes on risk retention, is simple: Bring it on.

With new regulations will come more investment opportunities, and even if bulge-bracket banks cease to be the major sources of capital, hedge funds stand to benefit, said speakers at the Bloomberg Markets Hedge Fund Summit: “Back From the Brink,” in New York earlier this month.

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