Eurex to introduce two new options on Swiss mid-cap equities

Eurex will introduce options on two additional Swiss mid-cap equities, Kühne & Nagel International and Phonak, on 18 September. »

HedgeOp Compliance, LLC expands reach with new Boston Office

HedgeOp Compliance, LLC (HedgeOp) has established a new office in Boston and has announced several strategic changes. »

The Hedgeweek Interview: John Innes, Manager, MPC Pilgrim Fund: Portfolio construction discipline helps achieve targets with relatively low risk

John Innes outlines the investment processes that are driving the consistent performance of the MPC Pilgrim Fund. »

Tech Update: Advent partnership with Paladyne creates expanded market opportunities for Geneva

The strategic alliance between Advent Software, Inc. and Paladyne Systems has resulted in five new firms using Geneva in a fully-hosted Paladyne ASP model. »

SEC registration leaves a lasting legacy despite reversal

New research from Greenwich Associates suggests that the SEC's short-lived experiment with hedge fund registration may end up having a lasting impact. »

Robeco takes stake in Belgium's AIM

The Dutch investment house Robeco has acquired a 40 per cent stake in the Belgian systematic currency trading company Analytic Investment Management. »

Lyxor AM ETFs will use Dow Jones STOXX 600 Supersector Indexes and Dow Jones Turkey Titans 20 Index

Lyxor AM has licensed the Dow Jones STOXX 600 Supersector Indexes and the Dow Jones Turkey Titans 20 Index to serve as underlying for ETFs. »

Cumulus Energy Fund to launch on 1 October

The London-based investment management team at Cumulus Weather Fund, on the PCE Investors Limited platform, is launching the Cumulus Energy Fund on 1 October. »

Comment: AlphaSwiss: Credit Risk - Use Hedge Fund Investments as Collateral

As hedge funds are becoming more and more part of the extended asset allocation, banks and lenders have started to look for solutions to evaluate credit risk connected to these investments »

US Regulatory Update: SEC staff provides no-action relief as a result of Court's Goldstein decision

Jay B Gould and Robert B Robbins of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP examine the implications of the SEC's 'no-action' letter to the ABA. »

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