Hedge Funds Review editorial
Investors are attracted to the strong returns and relatively low volatility of multi-strategy hedge funds. However, the complexity of the multi-strategy model means manager selection is a challenge.
Increased regulation, particularly in Europe, is likely to force more managers to consider onshore, regulated hedge fund structures but the Cayman products remain the most popular with investors.
Some of the biggest names in Europe's hedge fund industry were recognised for outstanding performance at the European Single Manager Awards 2012. Individuals were also honoured for their contributions....
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Some of the biggest names in Europe's hedge fund industry were recognised for outstanding performance at the European Single Manager Awards 2012. Individuals were also honoured for their contributions.
Risk-on/risk-off attitudes persist among investors ready to accept negative real returns on safe havens while paying abnormally high risk premiums. Markets continue to be dominated by policy issues.
The world is a volatile place. Sovereign debts, government interference in markets, risk-on/risk-off moments plus a myriad of other factors are combining to keep volatility in place for some time.
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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