Hedge Funds Review - 2009-02-01
Financial markets (or politicians) are not known for their long memories. Judging from the latest rash of erratic and somewhat irrational behaviour one could easily believe no one has ever read a history book.
While derivatives may be going through a dodgy patch with regulators and the public, the exchanges that trade these instruments expect hedge funds to increase their use of these markets.
Do you expect consolidation and convergence of the hedge fund industry over the next 12-18 months?'
In 2007 an EDHEC study on passive hedge fund replication1 highlighted the inability of existing products to meet investors' needs for hedge fund replication. The factor replication approach fails to deliver accurate out-of-sample replication because of…
Hedge funds are struggling to break into the Indian market. While many believe the dramatic fall in the Bombay Stock Exchange in 2008 will push more investors towards hedge funds, significant obstacles block their way, reports Stephen Quigley
Carbon trading set to yield high returns
Faced with a competitive and contracting domestic market, Canadian prime brokers are looking to the international markets for growth.
Canada's hedge fund industry was initially built on the foundation of the country's resources. This strategy worked during the commodities bull run but has now run into problems. US Editor Kris Devasabai looks the prospects and challenges for Canada's…
The exchange-traded fund started life around 15 years ago. While US hedge funds have embraced the use of ETFs, European funds have been slow off the mark. That could be changing.
Investor confidence in multi-strategy funds is wavering. Hedge Funds Review talks to managers to find out how they think the strategy will perform in 2009.
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