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In This Issue:
Get Your Ducks in a Row: As they prepare to comply
with new and more stringent rules, hedge funds must align their
technology and processes to provide the increased transparency demanded
by regulators and investors alike.
Mini-Primes Fill Big Need: Mini-primes are
building out their multiprime brokerage platforms to help the smaller
hedge funds forsaken by the large brokers reduce counterparty risk.
Data, Data Everywhere: Already overburdened by an
explosion of market data, hedge funds' technology infrastructures may
be crippled by new regulatory reporting requirements, writes Charlie
Silver, CEO of Algebraix.
Hedge Funds Reduce Risk to Attract Investors
Revere Partners to Promote Transparency
Harmonic Sees Value in Independent Valuation
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