March 21, 2005
For sell-side analysts, pleasing hedge fund managers isn't easy. Here are the Europeans who do it best.
When it comes to hedge fund returns, declining market volatility is the great leveler.
Hedge funds look for a range of services when shopping for European equity execution.
When the domestic diva ran into trouble, San Francisco manager Jeffrey Ubben rose to prominence rescuing her company -- and cashing in a tidy profit.
Few money managers can touch the performance record of Laurie Hoagland, CIO of the William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation. He's made a big bet on alternative assets but sees a bleak future for U.S equities.
Charles Fishkin, the SEC's new risk guru, turns his sights on hedge funds.
Some say it's high time that hedge funds got together and
adopted industrywide back office standards -- before
regulators or clients force them to do it.
Hedge funds have lately emerged as powerful players in the corporate world, increasingly using the weight of their investments to agitate for change in company policies and management.
The institutionalization of the fund-of-funds business may destroy the very benefits hedge funds were set up to provide.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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