Hedgeweek’s annual Global Outlook aims to take the temperature of the cosmopolitan hedge fund community, gauging how managers of all stripes intend to deal with the investment and operational challenges – and opportunities – confronting them this year…
The 'Hedge Funds Global Outlook 2021' special report comprises three separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.
2020 saw hedge funds successfully weather the political, social and economic turmoil brought about by the coronavirus pandemic to generate their biggest rise since 2009, at the height of the Global Financial Crisis.
By Mark Coriarty (pictured), Chief Revenue Officer, Sentieo – Sentieo works with hundreds of hedge funds, mutual funds, private equity firms, and Fortune 500 Corporations. Each and every one of these organisations has felt the impact of the global pandemic. They also have something else in common: an accelerated focus on technology.
By George Ralph (pictured), Managing Director, RFA – The coronavirus pandemic has brought considerable challenges to the way hedge funds and asset management firms do business, with far-reaching consequences for cybersecurity, data safety and business communications. The need for fully flexible working around the pandemic continues to change. Collaboration tools have been key to successful working environments as staff need to work in the same way and securely, regardless of location.