Operations

Mini primes: Will they stay or will they go now?

Despite their long history, mini primes or introducing primes only truly exploded onto the scene post-2008 as many of the bulge bracket investment banks offloaded their smaller hedge fund clients in desperate bids to get shot of some of their risk

Posted on: 25 Feb, 2011
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Hedge fund directors: The corporate governance conundrum facing managers

Driven by the influx of regulation and the growing demands of institutional investors, hedge funds have made significant improvements in their operations since the crisis of 2008.

Posted on: 15 Feb, 2011
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IMS Group: Shifting the burden of compliance from hedge funds

Over the next few years, the regulatory landscape governing hedge funds will be markedly different.

Posted on: 09 Feb, 2011
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Remuneration: Another attack on the hedge fund industry

Stifling innovation and industry in the financial heart of London appears to be a recreation of choice among some figures in the European Union (EU) at the moment.

Posted on: 20 Jan, 2011
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Moving onto clearing: Hedge funds entering into unchartered territory

Assessing the potential impact central counterparty clearing (CCP) will have on hedge fund operations is a bit like stepping into the unknown.

Posted on: 14 Jan, 2011
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When it hits the fan: Are hedge funds prepared to deal with the AIFM?

The EU’s Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFM) directive was passed on November 11 by the European Parliament.

Posted on: 19 Nov, 2010
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