Hedge funds take it on the chin in global banking survey


Hedge funds, derivatives and credit all feature prominently in Banana Skins 2005 – a study carried out by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) into the risks facing the global financial markets. By David Walker

According to Banana Skins 2005, a report report published in February by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation, hedge funds rank fifth among risks to the global banking industry, with derivatives and credit risk also taking top-five positions. Last year

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