Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Critical Assessment of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

NYU Professors Ingo Walter and Viral Acharya examine the Dodd-Frank Act on The global crisis started in US financial markets (Cecchetti 2007). US financial reform was thus always going to be a central pillar in the world’s effort to … Continue reading

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Future Regulation of Hedge Funds–A Systemic Risk Perspective

A paper by MS in Risk Management students is published in ‘Financial Markets,¬† Institutions and Instruments’ journal. The current regulatory regimes do not adequately cover the systemic¬†benefits and risks arising from global hedge fund activities. Hedge fund managers are subject … Continue reading

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