The Securities and Exchange Commission has sent hedge funds a list of questions they should pose to employees and clients who are privy to information that would constitute insider trading if they were to share it with portfolio managers, the Associated Press reports.

In particular, the SEC is asking hedge funds for a list of all of their employees and clients and any of their relatives who are executives or directors at publicly traded companies.

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