Hedge Funds

Follow funds as they adjust their positions amid some of the biggest gains on equities markets since the peak of the financial crisis

Hedge funds pounce on pound

Traders say sterling could fall as low as $1.10 to dollar

Brexit and markets: investors’ views

Extreme caution is the message as shares and pound fall further

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Hedge funds win big from Brexit bets

Crispin Odey and Marshall Wace reap short selling gains

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The week: June 27

Employees at BlackRock can now wear jeans to work

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Make way for the robot stock pickers

Automation is expected to revolutionise the investment industry

Special reports

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Since 2009 the industry has underperformed the market. But in 2012 a few winners have been found

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Switzerland, strategies, competition, crisis fallout, technology, emerging markets, recruitment, consolidation

Former Man Group boss joins RWC board

Peter Clarke is investment manager’s first non-executive director

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Body language predicts dodgy hedge funds

Investors urged to check facial expressions and emotional state

The perfect financial crime

John Plender doubts whether fund managers can be regulated into active stewardship

City commuters make their way over London Bridge on Friday morning.

City struggles through nightmarish day

Banks plan to move staff to other European cities

Few bright spots in UK traders’ sea of red

Gold miners and groups with global sales are FTSE’s only risers

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Spurious accuracy and Brexit doom-mongery

Precise City analysis on what the EU vote might mean underlines need to appear clever

Regulators warn on post-referendum trades

FCA cautions over ‘potential conduct risks’ amid high volatility

Time to trim your hedge funds exposure?

Fund closures outnumber launches

Traders plan for all-night Brexit vigil

Banks prepare war rooms for result of vote

Traders eye opportunities after Brexit vote

Hedge funds and asset managers have stockpiled cash

Classic cars get top marques for returns

Ferraris and Porsches outstrip hedge funds and other investments

Hedge funds: Too many party poopers

While hedge funds claim to be managing funds they do not appear to be hedging anything at all

Collector Christian Levett

The art givers

Collectors who find pleasure in sharing their collections with the public

Ex-Visium fund manager found dead

Sanjay Valvani had been charged with fraud

Timing will be everything for sterling trades

Resist the temptation to trade on flickering Brexit polls

Hedge funds play cool on big Brexit bets

Painful start to year leaves many unwilling to risk heavy losses

Hedge funds look ahead on distressed debt

Investors prepare for falling prices in US credit and real estate

Activist investors enter the classroom

Corporate conflicts are helping academics bring finance theory to life

NH Hotels investors to vote on infighting

Oceanwood seeks to oust directors affiliated with China’s HNA

Hedge funds culled as performance sags

First quarter saw further closures as pressure mounts on fees

Finance geeks must have say on Brexit

As with Lehman, technical points apparent only to experts can set off unpredictable chain reactions

Independent “alts” evolve to fill an investment gap

Vehicles bring clients private equity and hedge fund options

Visium employees charged with fraud

Current and ex-portfolio managers in court over separate schemes

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Brexit donors guided by bitter EU experience

Leading contributors to Leave campaigns have grounds for divorce

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GAM: two and nothing

Swiss group’s profit warning reflects challenge facing hedge funds

GAM shares tumble after profit warning

Fund house hit by shrinking fees and turbulent markets

Hedge Funds: trendy again

Despite some performance issues in the past, CTAs still rake it in

Investors pile into quant funds

$13.7bn in fresh capital allocated in first quarter of this year

Cumulus soars above hedge fund woes

Fear of storms ahead for weather-tracker after rapid expansion

China debt fund at risk amid strategy row

Managers were meant to be benefiting from banks’ problem loans

Hedge fund fees consume 80% of alpha

Investors bear the risks and managers reap the rewards, says Beachhead’s Andrew Beer

Movers & shakers: June 13

BMO Global promotes Richard Wilson to chief executive

Chart: Warren Buffett lunch

Mystery bidder pays $3.5m for lunch with Buffett

‘Power lunch for the people’ helps San Francisco’s homeless and poor

A slimy walk-on role in ‘The Big Short’

Mortgage servicing rights are cheap, illiquid and reviled, says John Dizard

Singapore’s GIC to buy stake in Eir

Fund plans to invest up to $230m in Irish telecoms group

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