December 01, 2006
With the backing of five Oxford University colleges, Karl Sternberg created an innovative investment management firm. Just don't call it a hedge fund.
Hedge fund managers are embracing exchange-traded funds as an easy and inexpensive way to bet on market sectors and popular indexes.
Life after politics; Eton Park's electric tango; Morgan Stanley's new landscaping; Ritchie restructures; and more.
Pakistan-born manager Nasser Ahmad is helping to educate the public about immigration.
Mount Holyoke takes an Ivy League approach to investing its endowment, relying heavily on hedge funds.
In the constant pursuit of alpha, hedge funds are using technology to enhance performance in an unlikely place — middle-office operations.
The sudden resignation of Bob Boldt as CEO of the University of Texas Investment Management Co. was a long time in the making. Now his legacy and the future of the $20 billion endowment he managed are both in doubt.
Managers and investors both stand to gain if performance fees are charged on realized gains, not theoretical ones.
The founders of ABS Investment Management left fund-of-funds giant Credit Suisse four years ago to focus on finding and investing in promising long-short hedge funds that are small and nimble enough to deliver outsize returns.
November 30, 2006
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