Swedish hedge funds are transparent enough: Nyberg

New rules for Swedish hedge funds are unnecessary, said Lars Nyberg, a deputy governor at the central bank.

"It does not seem as though the hedge funds have played a decisive role in the most recent turmoil, not a negative role anyway," Nyberg said. "The hedge funds have functioned roughly as one would expect. In the Riksbank's view, nothing has occurred that speaks for further regulation."

However, the deputy governor added that it was important hedge funds' current demeanour remains and that

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