July 19, 2004
The "wall of money" from pension funds may force hedge fund managers to register as investment advisers much faster than any proposed rules from the SEC will.
Dust off your résumés. Risk maven Tanya Beder's move to Citigroup means a massive buildup in hedge funds at the world's biggest bank.
Queuing Up for Alternative Advice Andresen's Next
New Thing GlobeOp's Global Operator A Hedger with Iceland in His Veins Technologist Finds a Fast Lane How Blackstone Spells Relief
Clinton Group founder and president George Hall ends his
long silence, telling Alpha about life under the eye of the government and how he's trying to rebuild his firm after months of damaging headlines and a mass exodus of assets.
Who says you can't run a successful hedge fund franchise within a traditional money management organization? Gartmore is doing just fine, thanks.
Never have so few made so much so fast. Meet the highest-paid hedge fund managers in the world.
Mark Yusko radically overhauled -- and improved -- the University of North Carolina's investment portfolio. So why did he leave?
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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