hedge fund

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Synonyms for hedge fund

a flexible investment company for a small number of large investors (usually the minimum investment is $1 million)

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SunGard will continue to position VPM as a portfolio accounting solution for use by managers of hedge funds and as complementary to SunGard's many existing applications serving the hedge fund and fund administration industry including FRONT ARENA, Monis, InvestOne Enterprise, and InvesTier.
The book will provide an authoritative examination of hedge fund operations throughout the world, showing how managed assets are allocated in various parts of the global financial markets.
com/reports/c43799) has announced the addition of The Investors Guide to Hedge Funds to their offering.
The market for packaged software will grow the most, closely followed by services, as hedge fund managers increasingly look to handle more technology in-house to cope with continued market pressures.
Since 1990, hedge fund assets have grown to an estimated US$1.
The September 2006 Greenwich-Van Global Hedge Fund Index preliminary results included 434 funds.
Private equity firms who get involved in hedge fund investing will take a longer-term approach than most hedge funds, according to 57% of hedge funds and 32% of private equity pros.
Greenwich-Van Advisors, LLC manages one of the world's largest hedge fund databases and is among the oldest providers of hedge fund indices and research to institutional investors worldwide.
What is the impact of institutionalisation of the industry, and how is this transforming the hedge fund and funds of funds marketplace?
The Morningstar Convertible Arbitrage Hedge Fund Index rose 2.
Richard Bortnick, an insurance litigation specialist with the law firm Cozen O'Connor, said that when a hedge fund implodes, insurers may be on the hook for some of the risk.
Among the issues which top of the list for the financial services industry is the generic question of how to get better counterparty risk data, especially for hedge funds and other organizations involved in Complex Structured Financial Transactions (CSFF) and Over-the-Counter (OTC) derivatives.
General Electric has a market capitalization of roughly $390 billion and in many ways is a portfolio of different operating units, much as a hedge fund is.
When an investor looks at a hedge fund, one thing her or she must look for is consistent performance--a consistency that adds some sort of balance to this high-flying, high-risk industry.
Since the beginning of 2000, the hedge fund industry has grown by 145%, from $324 billion to $795 billion.