Hedge Funds Review - 2002-03-12
Articles in this issue
Luxembourg turns up the heat in search for new business
As Luxembourg becomes one of the leading domiciles in Europe to house hedge funds, a more explicit regulatory framework is being put in place by the country's authorities to ensure a streamlined environment
Keeping the decisions in-house
Tomaso Corsini explains his decision not to use a hedge fund advisory firm while preparing Nextra Total Return
'The Day the Bubble Burst'
By Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan-Witts (1979)
Keeping it in the family
Beverly Chandler talks to Gailen Krug, chief investment officer and vice president of Waycrosse Inc about the company's method of managing money in a family office.
Emerging markets return to former glory
Hedge Funds Review looks at the revival of the emerging markets
Finding experienced staff in such a young industry can be extremely difficult and so headhunting firms are starting to do big business filling this gap
Ronald Neumunz tells Jeff Benjamin why LJH is drawn to Europe and how the company plans to capitalise on the emerging hedge fund management talent
Staying clear of equities
Peter Brain has enjoyed success with the Stellar High Yield Hedge Fund by mixing different asset classes and a low correlation to equities