Hedge Funds Review - 2003-02-13

Talent spotting

With the competition growing within the markets, looking for experienced salespeople is proving difficult

Bottom to top

The Amex European Equity Market Neutral Fund battles with volatile and irrational markets to achieve returns of Libor plus 4% to 8%

Tighter controls

The FSA has strict rules governing retail funds to ensure investors understand exactly what they are buying. Could such regulation stretch to non-retail funds?

Brave new world

There are many opportunities for hedge fund managers seeking to exploit corporate restructuring in Eastern Europe

A fund experience

The introduction of the EIF has resulted in a considerable rise in the number of Isle of Man-domiciled hedge funds

Facing the Quest

With returns of 8.22% in the past year, Collins Stewart's strict portfolio decisions are made through its own ranking system

The secret to success

After a slow start, ETFs have rapidly taken off and provide great value to institutional users as an alternative way to equitise cash

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