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Quarterly reporting and an annual audit 'could eat into returns and be borne by investors.'
Vantage Point Asset Management says people will be panicking.
Hedge funds with at least $1.5 billion in assets now have to report significant investment losses and withdrawals to the SEC within 72 hours.
Legislation recently approved by a House committee would deem the clients of investment advisors to be accredited investors.
Delphia's unique business model hopes to drive performance by culling data provided by investors. Skeptics say it might be too clever to succeed.
With the old-school mutual fund wrapper continuing to suffer during the down-market cycle, alternative strategies represent a lone bright spot.
The lack of Democratic support likely would keep legislation on using alternatives in retirement plans out of the Secure 2.0 mix.
The Swiss bank pulled out of the US financial advisory business in 2015 when it shuttered its private banking unit here.
In an RIA Lab discussion of what investors should expect from alternative investments, panelists note that fees are high and liquidity is limited.
The billionaire founder of Tiger Management became one of his generation's most successful hedge fund managers and a mentor to a wave of investors known as Tiger Cubs.
Private equity investors have flooded the wealth management industry; now, it's a hedge fund's turn.
The debut of the macro opportunities and risk parity strategies paves the way for an expanding alternatives lineup.
Key to allocating to funds employing alternative strategies is knowing what to expect and not trying to time investments.
Four years after being fired for sexual misconduct, Daniel Michalow wins his defamation case against the $60 billion hedge fund.
The bank joins a long list of financial backers funding the $130 billion tech-savvy platform for investing in alternatives.
Financial advisers say clients are asking about alternatives to the standard investments in stocks and bonds.
Only 40% of hedge funds globally made money in the first quarter, compared with 61% in the previous three months.
Financial advisers hoping to steer clients away from market volatility and economic chaos are finding comfort in less-liquid strategies.
Retail buying dwarfed by institutional selling in January as the value of daily trading rises faster than the number of shares.
Under Chairman Gary Gensler, the agency is taking a closer look at private equity, hedge funds.