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Due Diligence

Hedge Fund Technology Behind the Trade

March 7, 2012

You could run a hedge fund from your laptop. The way things are going, you’ll probably be able to run one from your phone soon. But it’ll be a long time before that becomes a good idea. The main thing investors are concerned about is returns. Still, assuming that there are others in your niche [...]

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Why List with Hedge Fund Databases?

December 7, 2011

An earlier article on this site explained how you can use databases for marketing your hedge fund to investors who might be interested in your investment strategy. But capital introduction is a two-way street, so it’s just as important that you make it easy for investors to find you. There are two kinds of hedge [...]

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Hedge Fund Marketing and Due Diligence

May 16, 2011

The hedge fund administration business is booming, but investors need to be aware of the nuances as to how these services work, according to a recent article in Fortune online. Hedge Fund administrators are third-party firms that try to make hedge funds more transparent for investors. They are tasked with making sure that trades occur, [...]

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Investors Chipping Away at Hedge Fund Fee Structures

April 4, 2011

Investors are throwing their weight around, particularly when it comes to hedge fund compensation structures, and it’s having an effect. One example is D.E. Shaw & Co, one of the world’s largest hedge funds with about $19 billion in assets under management. It recently announced it has lowered its management fees as a result of [...]

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