Survey reveals funds' lack of derivatives expertise

A recent survey by auditing firm KPMG reveals a lack of in-depth knowledge about derivatives and risk management at global fund and investment managers. The survey included mainstream fund managers, as well as institutional investors, private equity, real estate and hedge funds globally.

According to the results, 40% of mainstream fund managers surveyed confessed they had bought products for which they had no framework to assess risk. Meanwhile, 20% of mainstream fund managers admitted to having

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