Technical papers/Hedge Funds
Adapting to regulation
Determinants of private equity returns
Speculative commodity indexes
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More Technical papers/Hedge Funds articles
Idiosyncratic volatility and expected returns
Risky pricing problems
Non-financial risks examined
Optimal portfolio selection
Hedging portfolio risk
In the May issue we reported the results of a recent EDHEC-Risk Institute survey on structuring hedge fund strategies as Ucits.
In the March article we drew on a recent Edhec-Risk Institute publication on risk control through dynamic core-satellite portfolios of exchange traded funds (ETFs) supported by Amundi (1) to look at...
A recent EDHEC-Risk Institute publication on risk control through dynamic core-satellite portfolios of exchange traded funds (ETFs) supported by Amundi1 reviewed a risk management method based on th...
What can we (carefully) conclude from new CFTC data?
Following initiatives by major investment banks, the financial industry has expressed renewed interest in passive hedge fund replication.
Alternative asset class exchange traded funds (ETFs) enable investors to gain simple access to alternative investment opportunities such as hedge funds, commodities, real estate or currency baskets.
In a recent report (V Le Sourd, February 2009, Hedge Fund Performance in 2008, EDHEC Publication) an analysis of 12 years of data on EDHEC Alternative I for different hedge fund strategies provided ...
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