2004 was in many ways a tumultuous year for hedge funds and as they have been thrust into the spotlight as never before, they are also dealing with more mainstream challenges.
Not least among these are: how to build more infrastructure and address capacity issues, how to retain existing talent and entice additional managers, traders, marketers and more.
Additional money and increased competition to invest it has led to a greater need for front-line hedge fund professionals. The real or perceiv
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