The SEC is now requiring alternative investment fund managers to provide a lot more details on their operations.

The SEC unanimously approved the new documentation called Form PF, with minor concessions to alternative investment funds who complained the requirements would impose unnecessary costs. The new documentation still requires the approval of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission which is expected to come in a few days.

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