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Hedge fund industry resists FSA

The Alternative Investment Management Association has hit back at attempts by the FSA to impose tighter controls on the hedge fund industry.

AIMA says it rejects the idea that there is lower compliance among hedge fund managers and says tougher regulation will force hedge fund managers out of the City.

The association has gathered opinion from 50 of its members in response to an FSA assessment paper published this summer.

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