September 19, 2016
September 12, 2016
The acting head of fixed income and absolute returns for the China Investment Corp. says hedge funds face headwinds that aren't going away any time soon.
Six of today's smartest hedge fund investors discuss their relationships with managers and whether the power is finally shifting in investors' favor.
The PAAMCO co-founder explains how her firm has been able to negotiate for better deals -- and why investors are speaking up about fees.
The director of hedge funds and low-volatility strategies for the pension says finding hedge fund managers that can deliver the goods at the right price is no easy task.
The longtime hedge fund investor explains that while it's harder than ever to start a hedge fund that lasts, providers of start-up capital have gotten better terms.
The CIO of the cultural institution's endowment explains why she's still on board with hedge funds despite reducing her allocation to them.
The endowment manager says successful portfolio manager-investor dynamics are not about the balance of power, but about the strength of the relationship.
June 01, 2016
Dispersion among individual managers was high in 2015, creating clear winners and losers — and making manager selection that much more important for funds-of-funds firms.
May 17, 2016
Which is most important when managing a hedge fund portfolio or picking an emerging manager — luck or skill? As Ted Seides writes in his new book, managers and investors alike need a little bit of both.
Will the Federal Reserve raise interest rates this year?
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