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13. Oct. 2015 |
Other Voices: Why fund boards must develop a response to cyber security and financial crime threats [more]
This article was written by Carne, an international specialist in the provision of independent governance services and European management company solutions to the global asset management industry.
A recent SEC action has highlighted how concerned regulators have become about data intru
01. Oct. 2015 |
Other Voices: UK's new Senior Managers Regime to increase accountability in financial services [more]
This article was authored by Laven Partners, a provider of compliance, due diligence and operations services based in London.
The collapse of the financial sector in 2008, its aftermath and resulting enquires into the notoriously bad
17. Sep. 2015 |
Other Voices: SEC to conduct second round of cybersecurity examinations [more]
On September 15, 2015, the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a Risk Alert announcing its second round of examinations of registered investment advisers and broker-dealers under its cybersecurity examinati
07. Sep. 2015 |
Other Voices: Why you might care about risk parity strategies [more]
This article was authored by Simon Lack, founder of SL Advisors, LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor.
Everybody wants to know why the market just did what it did, and what its next likely move might be. Chinese equities don’t seem that impo
06. Aug. 2015 |
Other Voices: The five inexcusable excuses for why you can't raise assets [more]
By: Andre Boreas, CEO Quadsight Partners
…the private equity fundraising market is still in a state of bifurcation. The largest, brand-name managers are receiving the majority of investor commitments, with smaller managers – particularly first-time funds – finding it difficult to raise
31. Jul. 2015 |
Other Voices: German fund tax law: The hedge is down [more]
The soft trade barrier of the peculiar German tax compliance is de facto lifted. For the first time, international funds will de facto be granted a comparable competitive playing field with their German counterparts as the tax compliance complexity and its inherent cost for UCITS and AIF
30. Jul. 2015 |
Other Voices: Same day reporting and the evolving role of fund administrators [more]
By: Scott Price, Head of Business Development and Client Management for North America, Maitland
Ernst & Young’s latest glob
29. Jul. 2015 |
Other Voices: The major role of sovereign investors in the global economy: A European perspective [more]
By Diego Lopez, global sovereign wealth funds director at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC). You can download the full report here.
The global economy has witnessed the emergence of a new set of key actor
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- Other Voices: Hedge fund marketing and the selling cycle[more]
By Bruce Frumerman.
How long is the selling cycle now? That’s a question my financial communications and sales marketing consulting firm has been asked on a regular basis by hedge fund firm owners and sales people, ever since we opened the doors to our firm in 1987 pre-crash.
- Investing - BlackRock targets ETF investors with flexible currency hedging, Nelson Peltz bets on General Electric Company and Mondelez International, Apple plummets to 4th place among hedge holdings, from No. 1, Top Q3 equity purchases and sales of top 50 hedge funds[more]
BlackRock targets ETF investors with flexible currency hedging
From Theglobeandmail.com: BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset manager, is changing course on exchange-traded funds that protect against currency volatility. After stressing the easy switch between hedged and unhedged ET
- BlackRock is shutting down its Global Ascent macro fund[more]
Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia: BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, has announced plans to shut down a macro fund, Global Ascent Fund, because of "headwinds facing the industry". The hedge fund, which makes bets on stock, bond and currency markets, will return money to investors.
- Opalesque Roundtable: Seeding deal terms can be onerous for hedge funds[more]
Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva for New Managers: Executives from fund of funds firms, family offices, a placement agent, a private equity firm, and an accounting firm gathered in Connecticut last month for the
- Opalesque Roundtable: Family offices flock to co-investment[more]
Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York: Co-investments have been a hot topic for pension funds in recent years, as they try to move away from high fees and improve transparency. But now, family offices are more readily getting into the mix and establishing in-house deal teams, according to the delega
NYMEX - GOLD (Dec) – Daily
Near Term Trend: Negative
Monday's Trade: $1,187.50 (+ $1.10)
UPDATE: Three weeks ago, we pointed to: "$1,150.00 is the key near term support". In addition, prior to the last five days of trading we identified the fact; The December contract formed a Key Upside Reversal on Friday (see chart), and stated "This tends to be a strong buy signal". Subsequently, the December contract traded $21.00 higher from the settlement of the Key reversal. Please note, however, the highs last Friday, and today are abutting against resistance at the 21- Day M.A (blue) line. Regardless, if Equities falter, Gold will rise.