BERMUDA - As if raising assets in foreign markets isn't already hard enough, there are increasing regulations to contend with, as well.

Capital requirements, stock ownership reporting and proxy rules are more stringent in some nations, said speakers at the Globalisation of Mutual Funds conference here earlier this month. As well, regulation is becoming more aggressive and independent directors are becoming more powerful.

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