SEBI has more surprises for hedge fund & PE/VC fund managers

17 August, 2016

The securities market regulator has unveiled a string of new clauses in its final notification for Alternate Investment Fund (AIF) regulations, asking hedge fund managers to have more skin in the game, putting a cap on single company exposure besides an implicit ban on investment in ‘associates’.


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SEBI has more surprises for hedge fund & PE/VC fund managers

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