May 11, 2004
CalPERS is taking its time investing the $1 billion it set aside for hedge funds four years ago. Now CIO Mark Anson has set his sights even higher -- toward $5 billion.
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As European regulators liberalize the rules on selling hedge funds to the mass market, mainstream managers are dreaming up ways to peddle absolute-return funds.
SINCE THE DAWN OF CONSCIOUSNESS, humans have yearned for immortality.
Until recently, most hedge fund managers acted as though they were immortal.
FrontPoint innovators Phil Duff, Gil Caffray and Paul Ghaffari are seeking the holy grail of hedge funds: building a franchise that will outlast its founders. Can they succeed?
Some of the world's biggest hedge fund managers are giving money back to their investors.
Hedge funds increasingly need help with everything from trading systems to risk management to the back office. It's a huge opportunity for (persistent) technology vendors.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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