NEWS

Cheyne Capital gains traction with credit dislocation focus, as long/short hedge fund maintains momentum

Cheyne Capital gains traction with credit dislocation focus, as long/short hedge fund maintains momentum

Cheyne Capital, the London-based credit and multi-strategy alternative investment manager, has continued to attract investor allocations during this year’s turbulence with its focus on market dislocations, as its thematic long/short equity hedge fund notched up successive gains in March and April.

MANAGER INSIGHTS

Sustainable alpha: How a French commando-turned-hedge fund chief is navigating the ESG “fog of war”

Sustainable alpha: How a French commando-turned-hedge fund chief is navigating the ESG “fog of war”

A year after launching Atlas Global Investors, a traditional long/short fundamental equity hedge fund with a core responsible investing focus, Quentin Dumortier is convinced that ESG (environment, social and governance) themes are more important than ever for investors. 

PODCAST

SEI Podcast Series: Technology transformation in investment management firms

SEI Podcast Series: Technology transformation in investment management firms

In a recent white paper entitled Evolution in Asset Management, SEI pointed out that 70 per cent of US fund managers are currently looking to deploy advanced analytics in the front-office. The field of data science and machine learning-based data analysis is helping to transform how fund managers think about data to gain a competitive edge. 

GUEST ARTICLE

Evolution of the hedge fund industry since 2008

Evolution of the hedge fund industry since 2008

By Don Steinbrugge, Agecroft Partners – Recent news headlines state that the hedge fund industry saw its highest level of redemptions during the first quarter of 2020 in over a decade, with USD33 billion leaving the industry. A more appropriate headline would have been “Hedge funds only lose 1 per cent of industry assets – learned from 2008 Experience.”