Private Fund Name-Sharing in Certain Foreign Countries Raises Concerns

Hedge funds or private equity funds organized and offered by banking entities and affiliated advisers in certain foreign countries may not, under current law, be allowed to share the same name or even a variation of the same name with that bank or adviser. This may cause a problem, because countries like China or Taiwan have local regulations that may require the use of the same name. Some in the industry are asking for relief to deal with this issue.
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