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What new strategies for allocating to hedge funds are exciting?

There are plenty of new ways to get hedge funds exposure. Which will stand the test of time? We asked Michael Nicks of Pepperdine...
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Why choose active management in real estate?

The market is polarising in real estate, argues Matthijs Storm of Kempen Capital Management. You need to find the right assets at the right...
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Active management talent is scarce, but worth finding

We asked Michael Nicks of Pepperdine University what he's looking for in hedge fund managers. We spoke at GAIM 2016, 20-22 June 2016. "Active management...
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Yanis Varoufakis: Nations need to get together and reboot the world economy

DAVID DE JONG: Now, we're at a hedge fund conference…you have argued a lot about the tension between neoliberalism and democracy. Is there anything...
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Does geopolitical instability spell opportunity in European credit?

"The market is still underestimating the possibility" of further fragmentation in the European political order, says Andrew Jackson of credit specialists Cairn Capital. But...
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Once rates rise, is the real estate party over?

Real estate is a diverse sector - and there are opportunities there that don't depend on central banks. We spoke to Matthijs Storm of...
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We need to rethink the term “emerging markets”

Thinking in broad generalisations is not helping your investment decisions, says Gerald Alain P Chen-Young of the UNCF. We need to move towards "country-by-country"...
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How can you get more women to the top of hedge funds?

We asked Joanna Thompson de Colonges of 100 Women in Hedge Funds what would empower more women to lead hedge funds today.
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Real estate will shine thanks to low interest rates

"Quite an attractive scenario". As long as interest rates stay low, capital values for commercial real estate will go up, argues Matthijs Storm of...
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“Social fracture” is the long-term risk to Europe

Geopolitical risk is coming to Europe - so what should asset managers do? Don't follow the herd, argues Andrew Jackson of Cairn Capital.