The middle way

Outsourcing of back-office administrative activities is already popular among hedge funds. However, some funds are also looking to outsource more sensitive middle-office functions, such as accounting. But are they right to do so? Tony Swei, chief executive of Tradar, assesses the arguments for keeping important activities in-house

Anyone reading the popular press might be forgiven for thinking that running a hedge fund is the equivalent of being given a licence to print money. However, the

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