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UCITS: Investors’ Appetite, Performance and Future
CAIA Series I : Marilyn Ramplin in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Tuesday, October 30, 2012

radio Marilyn Ramplin is founder of the UCITS University, the International group UCITS for Hedge Funds, and has acted as an advisor to international regulators. She also founded Ramplin Capital, a global hedge fund consultancy. Prior to which, she was an Executive Director with JP Morgan's Prime Brokerage in London and was part of the Bear Stearns acquisition during the financial crisis. She has been a risk arbitrage trader for a multi-billion dollar US hedge fund, has in-depth OTC derivatives experience and has developed credit counterparty risk models for clients like the Bank of International Settlements, BIS.

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UCITS: Investors’ Appetite, Performance and Future


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  • Q1 - What are Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities, Directives (UCITS)?

    Duration: 01:32 


  • Q2 - Why do hedge fund managers want to set up UCITS?

    Duration: 02:13 


  • Q3 - Why do investors like UCITS and which investors have benefited the most from them?

    Duration: 02:44 


  • Q4 - Would you say that UCITS labelled funds have instilled a false sense of security in investors?

    Duration: 01:37 


  • Q5 - What has been the performance of UCITS hedge fund strategies?

    Duration: 01:40 


  • Q6 - Which strategies would you say have been most widely adopted and been a success?

    Duration: 00:53 


  • Q7 - For which strategies has it been difficult to implement UCITS?

    Duration: 00:34 


  • Q8 - Going forward, what are the challenges and drawbacks of using UCITS for hedge fund managers?

    Duration: 02:17 


  • Q9 - Has UCITS provided the borderless access within the EU?

    Duration: 00:47 



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