Conn. Fails to Pass Hedge Fund Bill

The Connecticut House of Representatives ran out of time last week to vote on a hedge fund transparency bill, continuing the state's days as a hedge fund haven. The bill would have required hedge funds that have not voluntarily registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission to reveal any conflicts of interest to shareholders, be licensed in the state, undergo audits and disclose fees.

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