November 21, 2005
Investors give hedge funds the freedom to try to make money in any market. Sometimes that leads to unwanted style drift.
Drake Management co-founders Anthony Faillace and Steven Luttrell are trying to trun bond investing on its head.
Suspicious of returns, balking at fees and fearing a meltdown, many leading pension funds and non profits remain skeptical of hedge funds.
Risk is always on the mind of Bruce Criel.
Management access and original research are the keys to success with Wall Street's most demanding and lucrative clients -- hedge funds.
Since leaving Goldman Sachs to run BofA's prime brokerage unit, Christopher Pesce has begun to close the gap between the two.
Hedge funds are turning to investor-relations management software to improve the quality and efficiency of their client service.
The flood of money into hedge funds is starting to slow. But our fourth annual ranking of the world's biggest multimanager hedge fund firms shows that it certainly hasn't stopped.
There is little doubt that hedge fund performance has waned in the past few years.
Germany's top financial regulator, Jochen Sanio, tells Alpha how strong regulation can help prevent the next big hedge fund disaster.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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