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WASHINGTON, DC—On Friday, Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White told an industry audience that the regulator is not comfortable with what it feels is lack of disclosure between private equity funds that specialize in real estate and the deals they may or may not be closing with their business partners that have an impact on investors in these funds.  Therefore, extra scrutiny will be paid. Oh and by the way, the SEC is also planning to put in place some kind of stress testing for advisers, although what the shape of that test will be is still to be determined. Comments and suggestions are welcome.

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