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Summer of 1000 Posts: Alternative Beta and Hedge Fund Replication

July 12th, 2009 | Filed under: Featured Post, Today's Post

We had our official archivist pour over the first 1,000 posts to be published at in order to bring you a selection of posts on the topic of Alternative Beta and Hedge Fund Replication.Read More

Newsreel: “Subscription gates”, Darwin and free trade in hedge funds

June 21st, 2009 | Filed under: AAA Newsreels, Today's Post, Academic Research

We’re in Chicago this week for the Managed Funds Association’s Forum 2009.  More on that later.  But for now, here is a compilation of some stories that caught our eye last week… Gates designed to keep investors out, not in It was bound to happen.  Reuters reports that: “A smallRead More

Hedge fund industry enters time-warp in January 1970, pops out virtually unchanged in 2008

November 27th, 2008 | Filed under: Featured Post, Today's Post

This article in the January 1970 edition of FORTUNE magazine just might change your entire perspective on the hedge fund industry. Read More

Hedge Funds and Mutual Funds: Not such an odd couple – as long as conflicts of interest are managed

September 24th, 2008 | Filed under: Retail Investing, Today's Post, Academic Research

With the world of hedge funds and traditional long-only funds hurtling into each other, we examine some of the conflicts of interest and performance implications of hedge funds and mutual funds co-habitating.Read More

BNP Paribas Hedge Fund Centre, London Business School

Director: Narayan Naik, nnaik [at] london [dot] edu

From the Institute’s Website: Key Aims: To undertake research into all aspects of hedge fund investing, including the impact of hedge funds on the asset markets they invest in; To encourage others to conduct research, for example through visiting research fellowships and through invitations to present research at London Business School; To encourage better understanding of hedge funds.  More…

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