February 2016
Issue 111

February 2016

MEREDITH HOOKE, CEO, ZENSMARTS

Imagine you’re sitting at the bottom of a swimming pool, you’ve got an oxygen tank and your goal is to remain under water for 20 minutes. Doesn...

THE HEDGE FUND JOURNAL

Developments in fund governance

PANEL:Caroline Hoare, Director, IPAF (UK) LtdJohn McCann, CEO, Trinity Fund Administration

MODERATOR:Bill Prew...

FRM EARLY VIEW

Many of the best known hedge fund managers are grimly bearish, and Davos certainly amplified the gloom. It seems increasingly arduous to take the bullish...

DANIEL ERIKSSON, VICE PRESIDENT, PRODUCT MANAGEMENT & SOLUTION CONSULTING AT SS&C ADVENT

In just a few short years, the global alternative investment market has had to adjust from being relatively unfettered to tightly regulated. Compliance is...

ANTHONY MIRAFIORE, UNIVERSITY OF BRIDGEPORT

Have you ever wondered if you could reduce your exposure to risk before it is too late? For decades individuals and scholars have been stumped trying to...

JUDY GALLOWAY, PRESIDENT, G-GROUP MARKETING AND BLU PUTNAM, CHIEF ECONOMIST, CME GROUP

The US economy is entering a critical new phase defined by tectonic demographic shifts rather than by changes in monetary policy. At the heart of this...

SUTHARMAN KANAGARAJAH, SENIOR TAX MANAGER, CORDIUM

While the possibility of complete abolition has receded following the election, the non-domiciled regime has not managed to escape unscathed. In his post-...

THE HEDGE FUND JOURNAL

The Hedge Fund Journal's annual UCITS Hedge Awards took place on Wednesday 13th April in a ceremony held at 1 Lombard Street in London. The full list of...

CME GROUP

In this video, Tim McCourt, Executive Director, Equity Products at CME Group discusses The Big Picture report, which focuses on comparing the three...

HAMLIN LOVELL

IPM Informed Portfolio Management AB (IPM), one of The Hedge Fund Journal’s Europe 50 managers, runs a systematic, fundamental, predominantly relative...

HAMLIN LOVELL, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR

As 2016 starts with one of the worst ever equity market performances, systematic and quantitative (SQ) funds are topping the performance tables, with...

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