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Family business

30 March 2021 By Gina Chon, Neil Unmack

By deeming itself a family office rather than an investment adviser, Bill Hwang’s hedge fund sidestepped many disclosure requirements. That might not have mattered to the culprit of its demise: opaque equity swaps. Still, it raises questions about bigwigs managing for themselves.

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