Tag Archives: due diligence

Making the Mark: How Global Equity Hedge Funds Have Beat the Market

Whether rightly or wrongly[1], hedge funds are often compared to market beta as an indicator of their worth, and their (expensive) fee structure. With 2015 figures now in, the average hedge fund, as measured by HFRI Composite, has trailed the S&P 500 for seven straight years in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis. Source: […]

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Brilliance Bundled in Quantity: The Quest to Understand Liquid Alts

Liquid Alternatives are rapidly gaining a foothold in investors’ portfolios. A recent survey of Defined Contribution (DC) consultants by Pimco showed bullish predictions on the growth prospects for liquid alternatives and enthusiasm for the inclusion of these offerings in DC retirement plan lineups and products, including custom target date and target risk funds. 40 Act […]

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Red Flags in the East: Learning from AIJ

The difficulty Japanese pensions face is hard to overstate. As the world’s most rapidly aging economy continues to confront low economic growth and a paltry interest rate environment, the institutional community’s search for yield is inevitable and necessary. Unfortunately, the discovery of alleged fraud at investment firm AIJ Investment Advisors Co. – where  109.2 billion […]

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Recent Trends in Hedge Fund Market Exposure

In this report, MPI analyzes whether hedge funds are becoming more sensitive to market moves by taking significant net long positions. Click here to download the PDF

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