Hedge Funds Review - March 2010

Ambitious plans: profile of Newedge

A few years ago Newedge was considered a niche broker. Hedge Funds Review discovers how the prime brokerage has expanded significantly and reveals some of its plans for the future.

Different players, different game

A few years ago the secondary market was dominated by one or two names. With the increase in gates, side pockets and illiquid assets, secondary trading of hedge funds has blossomed. More players are in the market, although few are expected to stay the…

Paradigm shift

The financial world has undergone a paradigm shift. A bold statement that many would support and probably an equal number would question. Whatever the view, there has been a profound and possibly permanent change that will define this decade, maybe even…

Happy with regulation

Tiny Luxembourg may be the smallest EU member state but in the investment fund world it is a giant. Hedge Funds Review finds out what it can offer to hedge fund managers.

Not so grim up North

Hedge fund allocations in the Nordic region vary widely from country to country. Hedge Funds Review digs into the market to find out why.

Stock loan exchanges gain traction

Exchange trading of stock loans promises to inject a needed dose of transparency and liquidity into the securities lending business. Hedge Funds Review reports on the latest developments.

Investable indexes: January returns

The January 2010 returns for investable indexes, including Credit Suisse/Tremont Hedge Fund Index, Dow Jones Investable Indexes, Frontier Capital Multi Asset Platform Fund versus the indexes, Greenwich Investable Indexes, Hedge Fund Research Indexes and…

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