CFTC extends comment period on proposed Acceptable Practices for Exchange Governance and Conflicts of Interest

The CFTC has extended until 7 September the comment period on its proposed Acceptable Practices for Exchange Governance and Conflicts of Interest. »


The Hedgeweek Interview: Tim Haywood & Paul McNamara, Julius Baer Investments Limited: Seeking Opportunities across the Globe

Tim Haywood & Paul McNamara believe the continuing focus on absolute returns coupled with a greater volatility of returns will work in favour of their Absolute Return Bond Fund. »


Natexis becomes London Stock Exchange member

Natexis Banques Populaires (NBP) has been accepted as a member of the London Stock Exchange, boosting NBP's securities brokerage ambitions. »


First State launches new global energy long short hedge fund

First State Investments has launched the First State Investments Global Energy Long Short Fund Limited. »


Comment: Pending economic slowdown offers no respite: Haydn Davies, Chief Economist, Barclays Global Investors

Inflation vigil is spurring policymakers into action, despite signs that activity is weakening moderately worldwide, notes Haydn Davies in his August review. »


Tech Update: Latest edition of Geneva aims to improve system performance and lower total cost of ownership for both implementation and maintenance

The latest enhancements to the Advent Global Hedge Fund Solution leverage an array of technical innovations, says Robert O'Boyle of Advent Software, Inc. »


LODH fund authorised for distribution in Switzerland

Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch has completed the registration in Switzerland of its new fund, LODH Multiadvisers - Latin America Equity Long/Short. »


BISYS announces new fixed income capabilities on SMA platform

BISYS has introduced an enhanced version of its WealthSolutions SMA platform featuring robust fixed income processing technology. »


Hedge funds are most important clients for equity brokers

New research from Greenwich Associates confirms that hedge funds now rank as the most important clients of many major equity brokerage houses. »


Estimated June 2006 return for FVAM is 0.83 per cent

The estimated June 2006 return for the Fimat Volatitlity Arbitrage Median is 0.83 per cent, a significant gain on the May return which was 0.20 per cent. »


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