The House Financial Services Committee passed a bill Wednesday that would allow states to oversee hedge funds and other investment advisors with $100 million or less in assets under management, leaving larger investment managers up to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Because the SEC currently regulates advisers with $25 million or more under management, the bill would shift 43% of these companies, or roughly 710, back over to state oversight.

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