Hedge Funds Review - 2004-01-01

Risk control

The debate continues between those calling for capital protection and those calling for extra leverage in hedge fund portfolios

Speaking the right language

Is there a need for prime brokers and those serving hedge funds to have staff in continental Europe, as regulators make their markets increasingly friendly to hedge funds?

by conor ringland

It's the biggest financial market in the world, it never stops, it's transparent and opportunity keeps knocking. No wonder then that hedge funds are increasingly looking to foreign exchange

All change

As foreign exchange trading becomes ever more efficient, brokers are finding themselves competing for hedge fund business

time to cash in

Pension funds and others with cash to spare may look first at money market funds to park savings, but hedge funds are also seeing the benefits of using these vehicles

onwards and upwards

Analysts are predicting another good year for hedge funds, although managers will not have it all their own way - innovation will again be an essential factor in generating returns

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