Hedge Funds Review - ISSUE34

Banks and hedge funds – a case of trading places

George Soros may be more interested these days in his charities, geopoliticsand philosophy, than he is in finance. But, like an old sailor, the talent ofsmelling which way the wind is blowing has yet to completely aban- don him.

Atlantic crossing

If there is one skill hedge fund managers understand better than their long-only colleagues, it is the financial trade off between risk and reward.

A better man

Man Group has seen record profits and fund raisings over the last few years. What is its secret?

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