Hedgeweek Comment: Here comes the litigation wave

Hedgeweek Comment: Here comes the litigation wave

One of the few sectors that have not really been hit hard by the credit crunch is the legal profession - at least its litigation specialists. »


Hedgeweek Comment: Short selling ban not the solution

Hedgeweek Comment: Short selling ban not the solution

Sticks and stones may break their bones but banning will never hurt them. »


Hedgeweek Commentary: Behind the hedge fund news

Hedgeweek Commentary: Behind the hedge fund news

After a week that saw a blizzard blow down Wall Street, dominos continue to totter across the financial world. »


Hedgeweek Comment: Cash is king for hedge funds

Hedgeweek Comment: Cash is king for hedge funds

As the financial market turbulence plumbs new depths, hedge funds are increasing the proportion of cash in their investment portfolios. »


Hedgeweek Comment: Watered-down proposals still need improvement

Hedgeweek Comment: Watered-down proposals still need improvement

A European Parliament paper on regulation of the alternative investment industry, which had included controversial measures such as the forced disclosure of directors' remuneration, corpor »


Comment: IT and business users need to combine to achieve true data governance

Comment: IT and business users need to combine to achieve true data governance

Traditionally management of data has been ended up with organisations' IT departments because they have been responsible for delivery. »


Hedgeweek Comment: Fink makes a comeback

Hedgeweek Comment: Fink makes a comeback

A few weeks ago, when Stanley Fink stepped down as deputy chairman of Man Group just over a year after assuming the non-executive role, it was speculated that he might make a return to hed »


Hedgeweek Comment: Can't smell the coffee with a stiff upper lip

Hedgeweek Comment: Can't smell the coffee with a stiff upper lip

The classic characterisation of the British is the stiff upper lip that enables them to face misfortune bravely and resolutely. »


Hedgeweek Comment: Stage set for another Deutsche Börse v hedge funds showdown

Deutsche Börse has rejected the ideas for reform from its largest shareholders, The Children's Investment Fund (TCI) and Atticus Capital - this mig »


Hedgeweek Comment: The Ucits dilemma: Too old to short, too young to die

Hedgeweek Comment: The Ucits dilemma: Too old to short, too young to die

Later this month, the Committee of European Securities Regulators is expected to clarify its guidelines on whether Ucits funds are allowed to physi »


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