A federal appeals court has dealt a serious blow to the Securities and Exchange Commission's plans to more closely regulate hedge funds.
The three judges who sit on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled unanimously last week that the SEC had overstepped its authority in defining hedge fund investors as "clients" of a fund manager, and subsequently ordering any hedge fund manager with 15 investors or more to register with the agency.
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