Smaller Hedge Funds Looking to New Tools to Better Manage Risk

"The cost of computations, the cost of connections, the cost of storage and analysis have come down. There's been a leveling of the playing field."


An audience member asked: How do smaller and emerging hedge funds utilize technologies to compete with larger funds that have better risk management, data and people?

While speaking at Waters USA, Apollo Wong, chief risk officer at one of those relatively smaller funds—Verition Fund Management, a Greenwich-based multi-strategy firm that manages $1.2 billion—was quick to respond.

"I do not agree with that question," he said. "I do not know why everyone thinks that a smaller hedge fund would

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