Stephen Lerner

Protest group Hedge Clippers set out their hedge fund concerns

Professor Stephen Lerner explains his issues with Puerto Rico, charter schools and inequality

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Sam Dale

Will Mifid research reforms end up costing investors?

Experts fears research reforms could end up costing investors more

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Sam Macdonald

Citi back in admin ranks after retaining big clients

As highlighted previously by HFMWeek, Citi has held on to a number of larger clients

Bill Prew

The post Brexit future for the AIFMD depositary requirements

Market feedback on the value of the depositary function has been mixed

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Adam Greenwood

Non-US investors and the lending trade-or-business debate

Adam Greenwood looks at the risks and benefits managers and investors need to consider for

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Jasmin Leitner

Survival of the fittest spells bad news for small HFs

Why the institutionalisation of FoHFs could see less capital available for emerging managers

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Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: FoHFs evolving to avoid extinction

Firms continue to diversify services and consolidate assets, raising concerns for smaller manager allocations

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Robert Duggan

What Brexit means for the AIFMD passport

Third countries must act now to safeguard their future relevance in Europe

NEW YORK CITY - SEPTEMBER 3 2015: Republican candidate for president Donald Trump announced he had signed a pledge not to run as an independent candidate should he fail to win the party's nomination in 2016.
Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: How will a new president impact your firm?

The two candidates have provided widely different plans for reshaping the financial sector

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Chris McKee

Developed world political risks can no longer be ignored

Recent and upcoming events in Europe and US need to be properly factored in

Todd Cipperman

How hedge funds can prepare for an SEC exam

Cipperman Compliance Services sets out the tried and true procedures

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Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: More firms spotting mini-prime potential

Jones Trading the latest to make a mini-prime push with the hire of Wells Fargo

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Sam Dale

How hedge funds are revolutionising talent acquisition

Point72 Asset Management founder Steve Cohen cause a stir earlier this year when he lamented

Sasha Jensen

Brexit aftermath: UK alts managers indicate cautious optimism

Hiring and fundraising will continue among hedge funds, Context Jensen Partners’ Sasha Jensen predicts

Sam Dale

Regulators fight back with insider trading crackdown

FBI is launching 30 insider trading cases this year as SEC tightens exam programme

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Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: HFM research highlights pay divides

HFM's global compensation survey reveals a number of trends depending on strategy and AuM

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Sam Dale

How hedge funds can re-align to investor demands

It’s no secret that hedge funds have been having a rough time lately. As many

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Sam Dale

What now for EU rules without Britain at the table?

Lord Hill has left his post and warns of Franco-German influence over financial rules

Stephen Oxley

Don’t believe all you read; investors are backing hedge funds

Dispelling the simplifications, generalisations and occasional untruths in the popular press

Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: No Brexit revolution but concern over waning UK influence

Little set to change structurally for most UK managers but worries over future rule-making

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Sam Dale

Could latest carried interest proposals provoke further backlash?

Reforming carried interest is a quixotic goal of US politicians but reforms have always stalled