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He could have mentioned the conflicts of interest that

The bear funds had borrowed to enhance returns , and in doing so had to post collateral with lenders , known as

Many regulators have decided they can keep in touch with hedge funds by monitoring the activities of the

Highly leveraged , computer – driven quant funds are having to liquidate shares , bonds and anything else they can sell in order to meet margin calls from their

Roughly speaking , the americans and british believe they can do it through dialogue and vigilance , leaving it to the arms of the regulated investment banks that service hedge funds ? known as

A study published by the basel – based financial stability forum ( fsf ) on may 19th outlined the weaknesses in the relationship between hedge funds and

, such as the loosening of the covenants that enable banks to change lending terms to borrowers that run into trouble

( fsf )

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