Vendors Call on Fund Industry to Adopt Guidelines for Valuation

Kentrouris, Chris
May 2008
Securities Industry News;5/26/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p1
Trade Publication
The article relates the recommendations by securities vendors that hedge fund managers and their service providers adopt guidelines for the valuation of portfolios. Such vendors include the Paladyne Systems, Thomson Reuters and NumeriX. These companies also urge the alternative investment community to adopt consistent pricing standards and methodologies. The benefits of the guidelines for valuation of portfolios are mentioned.


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