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Hedge Funds and Managed Futures: A Handbook for Institutional Investors
Hedge Funds and Managed Futures: A Handbook for Institutional Investors
Author: Greg N. Gregoriou, Dieter G. Kaiser | Publisher: Risk Books
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This work evaluates four key topics from a critical perspective: benchmarking and performance measurement; risk management; portfolio management; and asset allocation. Written by leading finance academics, industry commentators and practitioners. The independence of their views and the academic-professional balance reflects an intellectual maturity and confidence which is essential in maintaining a healthy industry. The reader's ability to generate alpha and structure genuinely innovative products will be paramount to the growth of their business. Based on new research and analysis, this informative and timely book will provide the reader with practical and innovative ideas for successful institutional investment.

Added: 09.05.2007ISBN: 1904339530Pages: 565Price: £ 94,05Lang.: English
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