Hedge Funds Review - 2007-02-01
Articles in this issue
Behind Solent's towering success
Solent Capital Partners has won plaudits - and investors - for managing collateralised debt obligations, and also for its credit-based hedge fund product, reports Solomon Teague
Floating in a northerly direction...
As Polar Capital heads towards an admission to London's AIM market, its CEO Mark Kary explains to David Walker its plans, and how it has kept its entrepreneurial culture despite surpassing $3bn in assets
Asian cash holdings coaxing managers East
Chinese and Indian predominance in Asia is masking a vibrant regional economy with ever-maturing markets
Gentlemen, start your engines...
family office luncheon snack
Six of the best...
MiFID - mind-bending minefield or masterful marvel?
tete à tete: mifid
Covering your credit risk
instruments - cds
Tops down as convertibles change gear?
Convertible arbitrage's comeback in 2006 was one of the year's hedge fund highlights. Those left standing after the cull of 2005 might now have some room to breathe, but what is in the air, and which way is it blowing?
Safeguarding buyout-investment IRR levels through operational change
Feeling the liquidity pinch? Then move over to the Dark side
Europe bonds as futures derivatives mature
instruments - bond index futures
Growth by acquisition likely for Tribeca
Citigroup thought of buying Amaranth and is still looking to expand, as Tribeca's Dean Barr told Phyllis Feinberg in New York