EDHEC: Skin in the Game versus Skimming the Game - Governance, Share Restrictions and Insider Flows

In recent years, several case filings of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have highlighted the significance of inside information about the investor flow of hedge funds. These cases mainly present evidence that managers redeem their own capital from their funds in anticipation of future losses or future redemption requests, without alerting other investors. In some cases, managers exercise preferential discretion, allowing some investors to redeem funds prior to other investors

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