Hedge Funds Review - 2004-04-01
Articles in this issue
CSFB, Ramon Koss - April 2004
For Ramon Koss picking a good hedge fund for a client can only come after the client fully understands the product, he explains to Hedge Funds Review
The future's exchanges
Standing out from the crowd
Hugh Hendry has achieved great success at Odey Asset Management by applying his own personality to the firm's Eclectica Fund - and by not following the crowd
Opportunities abound for the selective stock picker
In search of the philosopher's stone
Seek and ye shall find...
The evolution of european exchanges
play to your strengths
Dynamically self-propelled capital gains
The Ballistic Long/Short Emerging Equities Fund has achieved impressive returns in recent years. Its manager, David Murrin, shares some of the secrets of his success
Managers' concern for distressed sees them acquire more merger
Shortage of debt opportunity has caused managers to look to equity and M&A
Strong euro likely to determine where the best opportunities lie
Tailor-made money makers
Emergent AM, Ballistic Fund - April 2004
David Murrin from Emergent AM explains how the firm's Ballistic Long/Short Emerging Equities Fund hit 50.35% in 2002, then 111% in the three years to December 2003.
AXA Investment Managers - April 2004
AXA Investment Managers' Antoine Josserand explains Axa draws on existing expertise within the group - in long-only or derivatives, for example - to build out its single hedge fund program.
Odey AM, Eclectica Fund, Hugh Hendry - Apr 2004
Hugh Hendry achieved great success at Odey AM before branching out on his own, applying his own personality to Eclectica Fund – he explained how it worked, before leaving Odey AM.
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