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Steamrollers, Geniuses and Market Crashes

Nov 27th, 2018 | Filed under: Newly Added, Hedge Fund Operations and Risk Management, The A.I. Industry, Risk management, Operations, Hedge Funds, The Global Economy & Currencies, Risk Management Strategies & Processes, Relative Value Hedge Funds, Risk Management & Operations, Finance & Economics

McGraw Hill Education has brought out a new book by Bruce I. Jacobs, of Jacobs Levy Equity Management. The book, Too Smart for our Own Good, concerns “ingenious investment strategies, illusions of safety, and market crashes.” The thesis is that the financial crises of recent decades are the consequence ofRead More


AIMA Suggests Third Method For Leverage Measurement

Feb 7th, 2016 | Filed under: Newly Added, Hedge Fund Regulation, The A.I. Industry, Regulatory Environment

At present, AIFMD allows for either a gross or a commitment method of measuring leverage. AIMA has suggested a third method. The Context The European Commission has issued a “call for evidence” on the EU regulatory framework for financial services. One of the comments the EC received on this subjectRead More


EDHEC, EMA in Broad Concord on ETFs

Apr 23rd, 2012 | Filed under: ETFs

In January, the European Securities and Markets Authority set out in a consultation paper its guidelines on exchange traded funds and other issues relating to the Undertaking for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities, and it asked for comments by March 30. Much of the ESMA paper involves issues of tracking and disclosure. Read More