Hedge Funds Review - 2007-03-01
Articles in this issue
The Guarded State
New Jersey's pension fund, under the direction of Orin Kramer, is implementing a relatively modest allocation to hedge funds, yet even that was too much for some trustees in a fund that had never used an outside manager before, as Phyllis Feinberg reports
Lovely weather for it, what?
family office luncheon buffet snack
The view from the top
Swings and roundabouts...
Investment trust shareholders may once have been told to take the good of liquidity with the bad of wide discounts to net asset value. London arbitrageur Carrousel Capital takes a different view as its chief executive Bruno Sanglé-Ferrière explains...
Does one size really fit all?
More than painting by numbers
Keeping it in the family
Fohfs and family offices
Four of the best...
It took Tim Haywood quite some time to buy Julius Baer Investments free from the Julius Baer parent group. Now, at the group renamed Augustus Asset Managers Limted, he is casting his eye forward, he tells David Walker over a cuppa
A family dilemma
European managers "never had it so good"
A confluence of positive factors has left the European long/short space practically bulging with opportunity
Brokering with a personalised approach
family offices and derivatives