Ep. 81 The Long-Short | UK 'name and shame' proposal and US non-compete ban unpacked

Published: 10 May 2024

The Long-Short is a podcast by the Alternative Investment Management Association, focusing on the very latest insights on the alternative investment industry.

Each episode will examine topical areas of interest from across the alternative investment universe with news, views and analysis delivered by AIMA’s global team, as well as a host of industry experts.

This week, we discuss two highly controversial regulatory developments shaking up the financial industry that you need to be aware of. First, we'll explore the UK financial watchdog's highly contentious 'name and shame' proposal. Then, we'll cross over to the US, where a new ban on non-compete agreements has sent shockwaves through the financial markets.

Joining The Long-Short podcast host, Drew Nicol, to get the inside scoop on these issues is James Hopegood, former FCA official and now a director at AIMA specialising in asset management regulation. Alongside him is Suzan Rose, a senior adviser to AIMA. They'll help us unpack these regulatory developments and understand what they mean for the alternative investment industry.

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