A new paradigm for m&a managers


According to anecdotal evidence, mergers and acquisitions are going through arough period, no longer is it fashionable to be an investment banker, or a companythat is involved in an acquisition or indeed invest in a risk arbitrage fund.

The reaction of the hedge fund community to these changes has led to variousmethods being employed to cope with these difficulties; in particular the waystrategies within a risk arbitrage fund have had to evolve to survive.


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