SEC Opens the Door to Hedge Fund Advertising, Repeals Investor Protections Dating Back to the Great Depression

July 11, 2013

Despite the objections of investor advocates, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) finalized a rule that will lift a decades-old ban on advertising by hedge funds. The original prohibition on such advertising dated back to Great Depression and protected people from investment scams.

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