Prime Broking Poll

Falling markets, ailing funds, and troubled prime brokers: Asia's hedge fund industry is a very different one to just 12 months ago. The majority of hedge funds in the region have been advocates of long/short investment strategies, with most dedicating their energies to buying long. For many it meant huge returns and justified their 1.5% or 2% basic annual fees and 20% profit override.

  • 23 Oct 2008


PRIME BROKING POLL

A metamorphosis in the making

Amid jagged stock market declines and a collapse of confidence in banks, the region's hedge fund service industry has landed in trouble. With many financial institutions suffering large losses, and investors demanding increasing transparency over their exposures for fear of counterparty ...

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