Hedge fund derivatives house of the year: Deutsche Bank


Some hedge fund investors are getting jumpy. It’s been more than three years since the surge of hedge fund redemption requests following the market turmoil in 2008 caused many funds to impose gates and halt redemptions – and many are still locked. With new capital rules for banks and insurers on the horizon, these investors are aware the illiquid and heavily discounted shares they own will be severely penalised, and have been searching for ways to offload their exposure.

“Investors have been

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