Hubert Keller, managing partner, asset management, at Lombard Odier Investment Managers says investors are making fundamental changes in the way they approach portfolio and hedge fund allocations.
Lombard Odier Investment Managers’ Hubert Keller explains how traditional asset allocation needs to be challenged as he focuses on alpha-creating hedge funds coupled with strict risk management.
In this paper (in English and German), Genscape has analysed Combined Heat and Power or Central Heat and Power (CHP)production in the German market, the challenges it raises for market participants, and the key steps required to address the fundamental lack of transparency in CHP plant production.
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Tokyo-based hedge fund run by SFP exploits market inefficiencies by investing in undervalued Japanese companies and implementing changes leading to share price appreciation over a two to four-year period.
Investment-grade and high-yield Asia Pacific credit offer investors good returns, believes Hong Kong-based Double Haven Capital. Its newest fund seeks to exploit these opportunities.
Institutional investors need to look beyond the big name hedge funds and begin allocations to the rising stars of tomorrow as funds of hedge funds continue along their evolutionary path.
Risk is a top priority for European fund managers that are concerned with increasing regulatory compliance and investor demands for more robust operational systems
European Commission meddling with the AIFM directive could be bad news for Europe’s managers and investors while the US Jobs Act opens a window to freer hedge fund marketing.
The combination of increasingly complex financial markets and the ramification of regulation, in particular the EU’s Solvency II directive, is forcing investors to rethink investment policies.
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.