Hedge fund imperatives

Faced with unending scrutiny from regulators and institutional investors, controlling risk - and being seen to do so - is vital for a hedge fund's survival

Working in the hedge fund industry is hardly for the faint of heart. Change is a constant. New regulations, increased competition and a rise in litigation characterise the landscape, putting a lot of pressure on hedge fund managers to report profits without taking undue risk. This is easier said than done.

Institutional investors clamour for more transparency. Experts posit a need for better compliance, including the hiring of a chief compliance officer as well as spending time and money to

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