Smaller Hedge Funds Seek "Industrial-Strength Technology."

Curtis, Carol E.
January 2010
Securities Industry News;1/25/2010, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p15
Trade Publication
The article discusses hedge fund regulation from a risk management perspective. Broad-based registration requires hedge fund managers to reveal proper risk management infrastructure, such as systems to measure risk, enforce risk policies and procedures, and support a chief compliance officer. Regardless, though, of what regulation is implemented, investors have demanded potent risk management tools in portfolio pricing, valuation and counterparty risk.


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