Kris Devasabai is the New York-based editor-in chief of Risk.net. Previously, he was bureau chief and US editor of Risk magazine. He manages the editorial team. Prior to joining Risk, Kris covered hedge funds, asset management, cross-border investing and law for several publications.
Kris holds a bachelor’s degree in law and government from the University of Manchester, and he completed his legal training at the Inns of Court School of Law in London. He was called to the bar of England and Wales in 2003.
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Asness, Cooperman and Robertson respond to pension giant’s hedge fund pullout
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Lack of long track record may deter investors
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Indexes may be less effective hedges in absence of arbitrageurs
Funds urged to build treasury savvy as prime brokers retrench
Bank's head of prime services say launch is "a couple of weeks away"
Almost 60% of asset managers expect interest rate swap volumes to fall
“No evidence mutual funds contribute to systemic risk,” says Vanguard’s head of risk
Swaps reforms may not apply directly to firms with non-EU offices
Investors should be free to pick risky strategies, managers say
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Hedge funds have been keen buyers of the new mortgage risk-sharing deals issued by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but as spreads have tightened, worries about leverage have grown. Some now argue mortgage finance requires a more stable source of capital. By…