Hedge Funds

58 white papers and resources

Hedge funds are a managed group of investments. Generally they will undertake a mixture of trading activities and have a wide array of investment strategies and techniques. They will be active in both domestic and international markets. They are in pursuit of the highest return as well as their traditional aim being to reduce risk. Risk Library provides a range of hedge fund white papers on key issues organisation need to consider including positions, markets, expected returns, rate of investment, time-frames, diversity and techniques.

FCA’s Use of Dealing Commission

On 10th July 2014 the FCA issued Discussion Paper 14/31 on the use of dealing commission regime: “Feedback on our thematic supervisory review and policy debate on the market for research”. This Discussion Paper builds on the Consultation Paper CP 13/17: “Consultation on use of dealingcommission…

Seeking Optimal ETF Execution in Electronic Markets

This paper, first published in the Journal of Trading, looks at how you can seek optimal ETF execution in electronic markets. Exchange-traded funds have been, since their inception, a revolutionary change for investors and those in the investing business. There are a few key characteristics of ETFs…