The evolution of selective outsourcing for hedge funds

Hedge funds are reliant on technology to transact business electronically and to monitor market movements. As a result, the implications of system failure – for example if information feeds to operations are cut – have the potential to be ruinous, which means that firms need to develop and deploy measures to manage the risk of downtime. However, with limited resources, this is becoming more challenging.

In recent years, hedge funds have moved away from one-dimensional operating systems, such as

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