It takes a village. Alexander Dyck, Adair Morse, and Luigi Zingales found that fraud detection does not rely on standard corporate governance actors. Instead they found that employees, short sellers and analysts are the top sources in uncovering corporate fraud. The three researchers studied reported fraud cases between 1996 and 2004 for U.S. companies with […]
Tag Archives | Alexander Dyck
- Fund Managers, Legal Fees, and Fund Expenses
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Dodd-Frank’ed Real Estate
The Dodd-Frank law brought many real estate private equity firms into the world of the Investment Advisers Act. These are some key stories on the topic:
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- Are you an Investment Adviser?
- Custody and Private Funds
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