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As hedge funds become mainstream during 2007, technology will increasingly play a bigger role, especially as funds address the performance issues faced by the industry and use technology as a way to drive their competitive advantage in an intensely cut-throat environment. By Michael Roberts

Hedge fund managers, like traditional asset managers, are under mounting pressure to demonstrate cost reduction and increased efficiency. There is a clear push for transparency in the industry, primarily

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