Founders’ share classes – which offer special terms to early bird investors in hedge funds – appear to be in decline, as investors become more selective in their allocations and managers potentially opt for more bespoke offerings, a new industry study has suggested.
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Argonaut Capital Partners, the London-based European equities-focused long/short manager, has hit back at recent criticism of short sellers by the new governor of the Bank of England, adding there is “no evidence” that the practice is harming the UK economy.
Close to a third of hedge fund firms have now slashed management and performance fees, according to a new industry study, which suggests managers increasingly must offer discounts and other novel fee models to retain investor mandates.
Oil prices plummeted on Monday morning as the impact from the coronavirus outbreak – coupled with a Saudi Arabian price cut – dragged global stock markets lower, with a number of major hedge funds standing to gain from the commodities crash.
With notable dispersion in high yield in 2019, CQS and BlueBay Asset Management see further upside as energy and automotive sectors respond to technology disruption…
The impact of the coronavirus outbreak is revealing underlying weaknesses in emerging market debt, according to Man GLG.