- Aima CEO Jack Inglis on the “existential threat” posed by new regulation to the hedge fund industry
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Jack Inglis, CEO of industry trade group AIMA, the Alternative Investment Management Association, joined the AFI podcast for a fascinating briefing on the regulatory environment facing hedge funds and other asset managers.
Describing the “existential threat” posed by changes to the broker-dealer definition, he explains why it is now the most challenging outlook on a regulatory level since he took on the role.
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