80-year ban on private placement advertising has been lifted! Sep23

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Today marks the first official day that federal legislation goes into effect allowing hedge funds to advertise their product publicly.   This means hedge funds, as well as small startups, can begin to advertise their product publically through vehicles such as social media sites, without having to register their shares for public trading. While restrictions… Read more »

New JOBS Act Ruling Will Force Hedge Funds To Be More Transparent and User Friendly Toward Investors Jul16

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Hedge Connection applauds the SEC for adopting the final rules in connection with the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, lifting an 80-year-old ban on general solicitation and allowing hedge fund managers to advertise. We wait in anticipation to see what requirements the SEC will impose on funds regarding their marketing practices.  In general we… Read more »

The Importance Of Business Process Maturity And Automation In Running A Hedge Fund Sep7

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By Ron Suber, Merlin Securities — The business landscape has changed dramatically for both hedge fund managers and investors as we enter year end and an even greater risk and regulatory environment. In addition, these volatile markets along with a correlated trading cycle has made reliable, automated processes essential components to running an efficient hedge… Read more »

CEO Lisa Vioni Contributes to Opalesque Article on Hedge Fund Marketing May6

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Opalesque Exclusive: For hedge funds, longer due diligence periods can mean marketing through up and down performance cycles From Kirsten Bischoff, Opalesque New York: As the asset raising environment begins to ease, investors that are evaluating hedge fund managers for allocations have begun to place a much higher value on the quality of a manager’s… Read more »