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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