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Your copy of Wall Street & Technology's May digital issue is just a click away. This special digital edition of Wall Street & Technology explores the nearly $2 trillion world of hedge funds and examines how fund managers are preparing for a wave of new regulatory requirements in the wake of the financial crisis.

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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.
  • PLUS:
    Hedge Funds Reduce Risk to Attract Investors
    Revere Partners to Promote Transparency
    Harmonic Sees Value in Independent Valuation


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