Hedge Funds Review - 2002-09-17
Law firm Stephenson Harwood looks at the UK's plans for regulating hedge funds and the growth in limited liability partnerships.
GROUP AIMS TO RAISE AN EXTRA $50M FOR UK SMALLER COMPANIES PORTFOLIO
US-registered global equity fund sets for european shores
JC Clark offers an insider's perspective on the success of his Preservation Trust
As the hedge fund industry flourishes, the question of fair compensation packages for hedge fund managers is yet to be addressed
closed-ended fund of hedge fundS offerS tax efficient benefits
UBS warburg reportS such a small asset class is not to blame
aima and goldman sachs produce alternatives reference manual
Hedge funds can be set up with a relative ease in Bermuda ' it's just a matter of knowing where to start and getting to grips with the regulations
A government committee has been reviewing Swedish fund legislation and how the European Union's Ucits directives will be transported into Swedish law.
New Star looks at the issues concerning the guaranteed products industry and examines some solutions being proposed by product providers.
Hedge fund databases are in their infancy and this creates problems for users who are demanding up-to-date information.
In part one of HFR's look at the benefits of CFOs, Standard & Poor's explains its criteria for fund of fund managers By Christopher Howley and Vivek Kapoor
Managers are playing it safe as geopolitical issues continue to dominate the markets ' but favourites are manager and strategy specific
Even though the past year has been tough, many managers are starting to see returns on their sector bets.
Bias towards short positions has ended as valuations look more realistic
The Bahamas-registered Hasenbichler GHS fund aims for lower volatility.
rod birkett, martin taylor and volkan sari in manager roles
Investors have choice of five strategies in 10 sub-funds
Corporate scandals have had a negative impact on the convertible arbitrage sector
ex- watson wyatt consultant aims to launch by november
Accounting fraud and financial scandals are draining investor confidence.
The Harmonic Grid shows marked differences between the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100