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Currency wars, the end of QE and the influence of policymakers makes foreign exchange markets a myriad and complex area, says Stephen Gallo, head of foreign exchange strategy Europe, at Bank of Montreal
Relative value volatility strategies can generate absolute returns and protect investors from hidden market risks and tail events
Convertible arbitrage offers compelling returns and diversification benefits, yet investors have turned their backs on the strategy for all the wrong reasons, according to Advent Capital Management.
A UK Treasury scheme aimed at promoting more lending to small and medium-sized enterprises is fuelling interest in direct lending strategies run by hedge funds.
Tail risks are present. Financial asset price inflation, caused by ultra-loose central bank monetary policies, is affecting markets and could result in multiple tail risk events in 2013.
Momentum strategies are rooted in observable market phenomena and tend to perform well in times of financial stress, says AHL’s chief scientist.
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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