Schroeder, Mary
March 2001
Securities Industry News;03/19/2001, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p11
Trade Publication
Reports the focus of direct access firms on hedge funds and small money managers in the United States. Prediction on the use of direct access technology in hedge funds; Reasons for targeting hedge funds and money managers; Product offerings of direct access firms.


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