May 27, 2005
To make the list of the best-paid hedge fund managers, you had to make $100 million -- and that was in a so-so year.
May 26, 2005
Today a new breed of hedge fund manager is extending its reach into private equity.
From his stylish London headquarters, Randall Dillard takes on the world as a macro fund-of-hedge-funds manager.
Hedge funds now pay so much attention to institutions that
family offices -- their longtime loyal clients -- feel like they've been disinherited. Some offices, though, handle rejection well.
In the hotly contested hedge fund prime brokerage business, some Wall Street firms increasingly see foreign exchange services as a vital competitive wedge.
If you can't say something nice about someone . . . be a short investor. But as this highly successful long-short value investor discovered to his chagrin, you better watch what you say.
Institutions continue to swoon for hedge funds, despite their uninspiring returns.
Though the love of money may be the root of all hedge funds, their branches and leaves have traditionally been modest and unassuming, designed to conceal their every secret. That era appears to be ending, as the funds and their managers increasingly flaunt their wealth and power.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
View previous results
All material subject to strictly enforced copyright laws. ©
Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC.
Sorry, you are not allowed to print this article.
Please contact us if you have any inquiry.