January 23, 2007
Barry Colvin left a fund of funds one year ago and joined a multistrategy firm. But this longtime hedge fund investor sees value in both worlds.
January 22, 2007
With a little help from hedge funds, the West Virginia University Foundation is closing in on the $1 billion mark. By Marsha Zapson
For the mutual fund industry, rapid asset growth has led to mediocre performance. Will hedge funds suffer a similar fate?
CQS founder Michael Hintze is trying to expand his nearly $6 billion hedge fund firm into new strategies without alienating the loyal investors who value it for its convertible arbitrage and credit funds.
Statistical arbitrageurs and other high-frequency traders demand lightning-quick data access and trade execution that, thanks to technological
and regulatory changes, the market can now provide.
Hedge fund manager David Gerstenhaber promotes cancer research that will help both pets and people. By Danielle Beurteaux
With the threat of increased regulation lessened, one SEC commissioner has come up with a unique approach
to entice hedge funds to register.
The borrowing process for shorting stocks is taking on a whole new look, as automation creates price transparency.
Marc Lasry founded Avenue Capital with his sister Sonia Gardner in 1995 to invest in good companies with bad balance sheets. A decade and $12 billion later, his firm is among the world's biggest -- and most global -- distressed investors.
Will a Trump presidency be good for hedge funds?
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