Laws of attraction – Institutional capital flowing into the hedge fund industry comes at a price – investors expect operational transparency and industry accepted best practices when it comes to risk management. Victor Anderson outlines how funds in the F

There is a tacit understanding that buy-side organisations domiciled in the traditional asset management strongholds of North America and Western Europe are more sophisticated in terms of their investment strategies and the instruments in which they invest compared with their Far East counterparts. Whether that is indeed the case or just a biased historical perception is a moot point, and, as hedge fund managers located in the Far East would be quick to point out, the majority of the most

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