Corporate access rules still flouted

UK managers have not changed behaviour on dealing commissions

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Security guards stand outside the U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008. The Federal Reserve drained $25 billion in temporary reserves from the banking system when it arranged overnight reverse repurchase agreements, or repos. Photographer: Brendan Smialowski/Bloomberg News ©Bloomberg
Few investors believe hedge fund managers and private equity firms are worth the fees they charge
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Switching funds when a top manager or respected team moves jobs is a difficult decision
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EU directive fuels boom in alternatives

Stringent regulation brings the industry into the mainstream

Regulatory ‘typhoon’ on course for Europe

Wealth managers and private banks compelled to show ‘all-in’ cost

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Hey big spender of hedge fund expenses

John Kenchington believes it is time to take a long hard look at the jet-setting lifestyle

Pension funds forced to sign non-disclosure deals

Asset managers coercing schemes into confidentiality agreements

Peer pressure on small bank loan sector

El-Erian’s investment indicates where he sees next big disruption in financial sector

Shanghai bourse awaits options approval

New equity derivative launch will be China’s first since 2008

Interest turmoil leads to CME record

Futures and options volume surge during October volatility

Doubts grow over Shanghai-HK link-up

Notice demanded before launch of stock connect project

Wall Street wants cyber security group

Group calls for inter-agency government task force

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