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Dugong is the New Black

May 11th, 2020 | Filed under: Newly Added, What about beta?

By Bill Kelly, CAIA Association CEO The dugong (the second “g” is soft) is a marine mammal and a close relative to the more notorious manatee. They are known for their consumption (eating up to 100 pounds of sea grass a day), their size (weighing up to 2,000 pounds), andRead More

Central Bank Policies Put the Squeeze on Pension Funds

Dec 5th, 2019 | Filed under: Financial Economics Theory, Newly Added, Institutional Investing, The A.I. Industry, Institutional Asset Management, Finance & Economics

Amundi-CREATE Research has offered its independent assessment on challenges now faced by the world’s pension funds, given the policies of central banks. The subject is of great significance to alternative investments managers who represent the aggressive end of many a pension fund’s portfolio. The gist of the report is thatRead More

Central banks: Hedge fund friend or foe?

Aug 12th, 2018 | Filed under: Equity Hedge Funds, Newly Added, The A.I. Industry, Hedge Funds, Relative Value Hedge Funds

Are central bankers friends or foes of hedge funds and other seekers of alpha? In particular, what is the answer to this friend-or-foe question for the period since the global financial crisis a decade ago, where the central bankers with whom we are especially concerned are those at the USRead More