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US regulator is concerned about the rapid growth of retail alternative funds
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Rising spending on cyber security has drawn the attention of investors

Wells Fargo chief warns on mortgage loans

Stumpf says authorities must reduce threat to banks

US banks try to find a pattern in settlement talks

Smaller issuers are next on the target list for the Department of Justice

Market watchdog issues cyber attack warning

Iosco chief says hackers have potential to trigger ‘black swan’ event

Big Four step up services to hedge funds

Accountancy firms exploit opportunity created by tangle of rules

SA money market funds ‘break the buck’

Losses stem from a bailout of African Bank Investments

FCA enters the financial Twittersphere

UK regulator consults industry on guidance for social media

SEC widens mutual hedge fund review

Concern about rapid growth of retail alternative funds

Railpen: fund fees ‘only a fifth’ of total

Additional underlying fees siphoned off from investors

Apollo in talks to buy BES insurance arm

Tranquilidade could be sold for €200m

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