Should hedge funds be worried about securities lending and short selling transparency?

Hedge fund associations have come out against public securities lending and short selling transparency in Europe and the US. We get why for short selling, especially as the European Union plans to lower the reporting threshold. Strong opposition to parts of the US proposals is more nuanced. The Managed Funds Association (MFA) comment letters provide a good example of where hedge fund lobbying efforts are going.
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