Dealing with hedge fund risk



The proliferation of hedge funds and alternative investment strategies has been one of the dominant features of financial markets in 2003. In fact it’s been probably the dominant theme in investment since the beginning of the long bear market more than three years ago now. It is taking longer, though, for investors to get to grips with the difficult risk management methodologies of hedge fund investment – an idiosyncratic discipline by its very nature. And that is the theme of this special

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