Risk management in a fund of hedge funds

Hedge funds


Risk management is an integral part of the portfolio management process, whether one is managing a portfolio of hedge funds or a portfolio of securities. The main differentiating factor between the two is that the first involves risk management on a process whereas the second, a portfolio of securities, involves risk management on positions. Therefore, it is not surprising that risk management for a portfolio of hedge funds should differ, and does in practice, from that of direct security

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