The Massachusetts Securities Division has adopted new rules for advisors to private investment funds, which will ultimately tighten requirements for which investors can put their money with certain alternative investments.

The new regulations follow a model that the North American Securities Administrators Association passed last December. Massachusetts is one of the first state securities regulators to adopt the rules.

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