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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The SS&C GlobeOp Hedge Fund Performance Index offers a unique reflection of the return on capital invested in funds.
Morgan is one of the industry's largest hedge fund solution providers advising clients on more than USD17 billion in hedge fund assets.
Best notes that the life and annuities segment had the largest pullback in investments, with its hedge fund holdings plunging from $8.3 billion in 2016 to $7 billon in 2017, a number reflecting half the $14.2 billion the sector produced in 2015.
Unlike hedge funds in other countries, financial authorities limit the size of a hedge fund in Korea, and the hurdle is relatively high to join hedge funds here since at least 100 million won ($90,203) is required to join them However, domestic hedge funds have boasted a steady return ratio for years, and now wealthy people are rushing to stand in a long line to join them According to the Korea Financial Investment Association, the total volume of hedge funds operated in Korea was 20.85 trillion won as of June 12.
Each chapter has a central theme of learning as experienced by the author in his journey as a co- founder and manager of the hedge fund he created and nurtured so effectively.
Frontier markets, as represented by the Eurekahedge Frontier Markets Hedge Fund Index is up 9.75 per cent for the year.
* Quant, which comprises multiple categories, is currently the strategy of seven of the 11 largest hedge fund firms
Jacob Wohl hopes that the business plan will show people the truly complex nature of the hedge fund business.
Hedge fund net short positions in gasoline are exceptionally rare and this is the largest recorded net short since the current data series began in 2006.
Those in the hedge fund industry (and to some extent, the private equity industry) have Alfred Winslow Jones to thank for the 20% incentive fee structure (he didn't believe in management fees, according to a 2004 profile of his firm in Barron's).
Though the event exists ostensibly to raise funds for cancer research, its main attraction is the slate of hedge fund luminaries who descend every year to offer up their top investment ideas.
It's beyond the show's scope to explain how hedge funds became such a disruptive force in our economy and our politics, or to distinguish them from other investment firms, rather than using them as a signifier for "Wall Street jerk." In fact, amid the twists and turns, Billions barely even begins to explain what a hedge fund does.
Many institutions prize their hedge fund investments for the diversification they can bring to traditional equity and bond portfolios, and many in the industry saw CalPERS' exit as an isolated case.
Dubai: Hedge Fund investing is gaining momentum in the UAE and the Middle East region, thanks to the growing sophistication level among high networth investors in the region and the global regulatory standards in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).