Paul McMillan

Investment banks in wait-and-see mode over Mifid II research

Managers awaiting research cost negotiations. particularly from large US-centric banks



Sam Dale

The minefield of sharing SEC exam information

Should you give your investors access to deficiency letters?



Sam Macdonald

Accessing day one capital with exclusive deals

Those exploring such arrangements should know what they are walking into with eyes wide open



Paul McMillan

Fledgling managers increasingly drawn to exclusivity deals

Large early stage allocations may seem like a golden ticket but managers need to be



Brian Kessens

Energy infrastructure opportunities under Trump

Tortoise Capital drills into the investment landscape for managers



Paul McMillan

Fee debate drives Albourne to top of investor power list

Model promoted by the $400bn AuA consultancy has got tongues wagging and a number of



Daniel Rzasa

A consensus on Mifid II research payments?

Managers look to create budgets based on a range of AuM basis points



Meredith Jones

Seven things you should never say in pitch books

Author and investment pro Meredith Jones explains what to avoid in pirchbooks



Charles Akingbehin

You’re getting sacked in the morning

Does the turnover of managers in hedge funds and football bring long-term success?



Paul McMillan

MAP research highlights investor hunger and platform bifurcation

Top three platforms boost assets by an average of nearly 30% while others fall back


Jay Peller

The makings of a new administration model

Large managers are increasingly outsourcing fund admin functions to improve efficiency and control costs


Jasmin Leitner

The ESG DDQ: No more excuses?

Performance shouldn't suffer, but HFs need to take a more nuanced view of implementation


Paul McMillan

Will hedge funds throw their arms around Paris?

Could tax credits, an accommodating AMF and Emmanuel Macron’s more economically liberal mindset draw firm’s


Bill Salus

The five key operational trends reshaping hedge funds

Several watershed trends are impacting managers in significant ways


Paul McMillan

Big calls in Paris but no Mission: Impossible for managers

Tom Cruise wasn’t the only one livening up the French capital last week


Dave King

The biggest cyber risk in your business is humans

The digital footprint of executives may open the door for a cyber-attack


Iain North

Catching the hedge fund ‘unicorn’

How hedge fund allocators identify talent that can grow through the years


Josh Jacobson

Why hedge funds should pay attention to behavioural finance

Analysing biases in investment decision-making can save hundreds of basis points, argues Cheyne's equities COO


Paul McMillan

Hiring right and standing out from the emerging manager crowd

Former Bridgewater pro preps global macro fund after non-compete ends