March 27, 2008
Smarting from last summer’s huge losses, quantitative hedge funds are pressing into new realms of science in an effort to prosper during the ongoing credit crisis.
For a man whose flagship hedge fund is running on fumes, Marek Fludzinski couldnt be calmer. The founder and CEO of New Yorkbased Thales Fund Management has watched his firms assets plummet by more than $1 billion during the past …
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