BOSTON -- As finance ministers in Europe consider proposed rules to toughen the regulation and oversight of alternative-investment funds, hedge fund and private-equity fund lobbyists are hoping members of the European Parliament are still open to compromise.
The new rules aim to extend bank-style remuneration rules to asset managers, increase responsibility for prime brokers who have custody of client assets and give regulators more oversight of funds' leverage and capital ratios.
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