Dynamism, unique location and a stable tax and regulatory climate have helped Hong Kong become Asia’s leading hedge fund centre
Increased institutional investor interest in managed account structures as a route to hedge fund investment is a lasting legacy of the financial crisis
A flexible approach to taxation, a broad-based alterenative investment industry and a huge potential client base have made Switzerland an attractive base for hedge fund managers
As the West prepares to impose regulatory shackles on fund managers following the financial meltdown, Singapore's sensible approach is attracting both start-ups and established hedge funds
The Isle of Man is looking to rebound from the alternative fund industry downturn with an upturn in administration business as well as persuading managers to set up shop in a non-EU jurisdiction
Hedgeweek's 2011 awards honoured hedge fund firms that satisfied clients best amid regulatory and investor pressure to improve liquidity and transparency – without forgetting performance
Hedgeweek unravels the mystique of Dodd-Frank and examines the performance of key US hedge fund strategies and managers against a background of steady year-on-year improvement going into 2011.
The British Virgin Islands have emerged in a strong position from the hedge fund industry downturn, thanks to a reputation for robust but flexible regulation as well as a competitive cost structure
With institutional investors in particular coming back to the market, the mood of London’s hedge fund industry is improving and talk of an exodus of managers seems exaggerated.
A backlash against offshore funds, Europe’s AIFM Directive and Ucits hedge funds were all supposed to spell the demise of Cayman as a hedge fund jurisdiction. But business is flourishing...
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