Passion for managed futures pays high returns
Hedge fund administration is fast becoming an information technology business. In order to meet industry demands for greater transparency and more frequent reporting, fund administrators are revisiting their operational platforms and investing in technologies...
After one of the worst years ever, funds in the energy sector are fewer and leaner. However, there is still value and good returns to be made if managers know where to look and have the right trading skills. Hedge Funds Review talks to managers about...
The securities lending business was thrust into the limelight when regulators around the world moved to ban the short sale of banking stocks in 2008. The bans have had some unexpected repercussions.
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The exchange-traded fund started life around 15 years ago. While US hedge funds have embraced the use of ETFs, European funds have been slow off the mark. That could be changing.
Canada's hedge fund industry was initially built on the foundation of the country's resources. This strategy worked during the commodities bull run but has now run into problems. US Editor Kris Devasabai looks the prospects and challenges for Canada's...
Faced with a competitive and contracting domestic market, Canadian prime brokers are looking to the international markets for growth.
While derivatives may be going through a dodgy patch with regulators and the public, the exchanges that trade these instruments expect hedge funds to increase their use of these markets.
One of the biggest seismic shifts in 2008 was away from leverage. Easy credit has gone for good. Hedge Funds Review examines what options hedge funds have now that the easy credit has dried up
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