Published August 11, 2004
by Bloomberg Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
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Hedge Fund Fundamentals 7 book does not cover hedge fund replication or publicly traded hedge funds, these are two areas worth additional research if this topic is of interest to the reader. There are between , and , professionals who work directly within the hedge fund industry and another 1,,plus pro-. Sources of Risk 27 Measuring Hedge Fund Risk 29 6 Hedge Fund Performance Measurement 31 Hedge Fund Indices 31 Data Biases: Selection, Survivorship, and Closed Funds 31 7 Conclusion 33 Bibliography 34 Glossary Fundamentals of Fund Administration fills a gap in the lack of books that cover the administration and operations functions related to funds. With the growth of hedge funds globally there is more and more requirement for fund administration services, and the success of the fund administration is crucial to the success of the funds themselves in a highly competitive market.4/5(1). By contrast, equity-oriented hedge funds may engage in various trading practices and investment strategies. They may be short funds, long-short funds or market neutral funds. And equity-oriented hedge funds are only a small sliver of the hedge fund universe. Thus, assessing the risk of hedge funds is a challenge.4/5.