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10 Years Later: Reflections on the Madoff Meltdown

Dec 23rd, 2018 | Filed under: Due Diligence Process, Newly Added, Media Coverage of Hedge Funds, Insolvency, Regulatory Environment, Legislation/Court rulings, Alternative Investments in Context, Business News, The A.I. Industry

It was just about 10 years ago (Dec. 10, 2008) that Bernie Madoff acknowledged to his sons, Mark and Andrew, that he had “absolutely nothing left” of the funds that had been entrusted to him; that the investment fund that bore his name was “just one big lie.” There isRead More


What Were They Thinking? From MF Global to Raj & Bernie to LTCM…

Feb 7th, 2012 | Filed under: Hedge Fund Operations and Risk Management, Risk management

The right question is not what were they thinking, but what were they feeling? Get organized about detailing what feelings are being acted out and you’ve landed on the missing link in risk prediction.Read More