Art is not generally seen as an investable asset class. For some hedge funds, however, trading art can be as profitable as any other strategy. Kris Devasabai and Stephen Quigley examine how art is being...
Convertible arbitrage is bouncing back strongly in 2009 after its worst year on record.
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Trafalgar Asset Managers has found success in its Special Situations Fund through a combination of its experience of the event-driven strategy and a common-sense approach to investing. Stephen Quigley reports
Massive redemptions and other problems that have beset hedge funds in 2008 have caused some seismic shifts in the way managers and investors now view the documentation setting up a fund. US Editor Hedge Funds Review talks to a range of on- and offshore...
While there is some acceptance of hedge funds by investors in the Nordic region, funds face considerable obstacles in marketing to high net worth individuals as well as institutions. A tendency by governments to 'protect' investors has hindered development...
Investor confidence in multi-strategy funds is wavering. Hedge Funds Review talks to managers to find out how they think the strategy will perform in 2009.
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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