Yesterday, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson outlined a plan that would vest his office with the power to manage hedge funds in the event of a funds collapse. Secretary Paulson said that he wanted, additional powers to manage the resolution, or wind-down, of large non-depository financial institutions, such as larger hedge funds, so as to limit the impact of a failure on the broader financial system. This increased regulatory control would help insulate the economy in the event of a massive hedge fund depression. As Secretary Paulson contends, Over the last several weeks, the need to move more quickly toward an optimal regulatory structure that establishes a prudential financial regulatory system, focused on promoting long-term market stability has become all the more apparent.
ILG Ranked #2 Globally for 2021-22 Hedge Fund Launches
ILG is pleased to be ranked the #2 law firm globally for hedge fund launches serviced over 2021 and H1 2022, cementing our place among the top global hedge fund law practices.
2021 Year In Review — Financial Markets and Hedge Funds — And a Look Ahead at 2022
2021 Year In Review — Financial Markets and Hedge Funds — And a Look Ahead at 2022 Closing the books on 2021, investors are reconsidering their investment portfolios in light…
Investment Law Group Announces Addition of Bill Winter to Firm’s Corporate Practice Group
ILG is pleased to announce the addition of Bill Winter to expand the firm’s growing Corporate Practice Group.