Posts Tagged:HSBC

Implications of the Dodd-Frank Act on Private Funds

Henry Raschen of HSBC Securities, has a short piece at about the Dodd-Frank Act (“DFA”).  (FTSEGM).  Some quick take-aways: The registration requirement applies to US private advisers and non-US private advisers that advise funds with US investors; Many smaller non-US domiciled private advisers may have failed to register correctly; All registered private advisers with…

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RMBS Litigation… It’s Back

Just when you thought it was safe to say the RMBS suits were behind us, they’re back with a vengeance.  As always, Lowenstein Sandler has it covered, in their excellent Structured Finance Litigation Blog.  Links follow: New York AG Sues JP Morgan (SFB) FHFA Sues HSBC (SFB) HSBC Files Putback Action Against Deutsche Bank (SFB)…

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