With an impressive portfolio worth over $34 billion and 150 fund-linked trades executed in 2008, including more than 5,000 secondary market transactions, Deutsche Bank has certainly proved itself this year in hedge fund derivatives. Acclaimed by investors and distributors for innovation, efficient wrapping, good pricing and the liquidity on offer for the products it has issued, the bank is our hedge funds derivatives house of the year.
Deutsche is one of a handful of banks whose business remains
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