PeerIQ CEO Ram Ahluwalia shines a light on the world of peer-to-peer securitisation
Crowding is the “biggest challenge” facing the hedge fund industry, CRO of Point72 says
Year-to-date outflows pass $55 billion
Increased activity by funds fuels take-off in listed and OTC volumes, traders say
Systematic hedge funds are looking to new markets for a competitive advantage
Lamorre-Cargill seeks to entice investors back to commodities with Argon
Marketplace lending hit by downgrades, legal worries and questions over structure of deals
UK-based firm’s four macro funds hit by equity index and sovereign debt losses
Emerging market trades dropped more than 80% after 'leave' vote
Risk most dispersed, but most extreme, in macro funds
Heightened lapse risk ends 20-year "romance" with hedge funds, says Nordea Life & Pensions CIO
GZC’s Elbhar rode oil spread trade to 40% annual return in 2015
But growth strong in private equity and real estate
Prime brokers proposing to guarantee the performance of clients’ trades
This paper examines the network of communication practices among hedge fund managers.
Quant funds doing a better job interpreting drivers of rates and currency markets
Concentration on largest holdings has grown but average holding size has shrunk
This paper investigates a sample of 142 live hedge funds via a DEA sensitivity analysis using a super-efficiency model.
As ranks of commodity funds thin, survivors say investor interest is starting to pick up
Alexander Passow presents a portfolio performance measure that combines the omega measure with Johnson distributions
Hit film will allow more people to have an informed dialogue on regulation, free markets, finance and opportunity
Europe, Australasia, Far East drove long/short fund returns in 2015
Citadel’s hedge funds dodged the Swiss franc’s surge and made money during the Greek debt crisis
This paper identifies a number of structural inefficiencies in the US small-cap equity market that may be exploited to generate alpha.