Hedge Funds Review - 2001-11-30
Articles in this issue
Keeping afloat in difficult times
David Robinson may have to wait for international markets to settle before his two-pronged investment methodology brings him significant returns
Avoiding the next catastrophe
This piece is taken from Daniel J. Kramer's speech which was the keynote address at IMN and the International Herald Tribune's Symposium on high performance investing in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Shipping derivatives steer the market
Andy James from Enron Europe highlights why investment managers should view shipping as a trading tool.
Sowing the seeds for future growth
First time hedge fund managers face a wide range of financing choices from seed capital providers and incubator programmes to conventional investors who want to negotiate terms. What are the differences between them and what are the pros and cons? Hedge…
Researching the insurance market
'Popularity be damned' says Boston Partners
Will hedge funds become retail products in the US?
Jeff Benjamin looks at why the MFA is proposing limited advertising to the general public, while categorically stating it has no intention to sell to retail investors
The price of a des res in London
As market conditions bring the cost of office space down, Sophie Radnor looks at how to find an office in London, to negotiate a deal and how to get installed.
The secret's in the timing
Cate Rocchi looks at the colourful performance in the technology sector