SEC Makes Investors Jump Through Hoops as Fund Managers Wait for New Rules

Last year, Congress passed the JOBS Act, a new bill designed to foster the growth of startups. Hedge funds were particularly excited about the bill because it was expected to allow the SEC to form new rules for the industry. Jesse Marrus writes, in the months since the bill was passed, little has come from the JOBS Act. Hedge funds are still waiting to hear from the SEC, and investors are still jumping through hoops.

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