Since the implementation of a new set of registration requirements under the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill, the regulatory landscape for investment advisors has shifted dramatically, according to data compiled by the SEC's Division of Investment Management.

As of October, the SEC reported that 1,504 advisors who manage at least one private fund had registered with the agency since new rules took effect extending the registration requirements to advisors who work with hedge funds, private equity funds and other types of funds and who had previously been exempt from federal oversight.

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