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New Managers November 2012

Editorial

Dear Opalesque reader,

Welcome to the November 2012 issue of New Managers, Opalesque's monthly monitor of new, emerging and re-emerging alternative fund managers.

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This month covers a great variety of topics, such as long and short picks of Goldman's VIP funds, the alignment of interests between managers and investors pre and post'08, getting seeded by CalPERS, different levels of transparency, an update on UCITS rules, how to pitch to a shark, and more.

More precisely, we start with a review of the EManagers indices and a list of the latest entrants in Opalesque's Emerging Managers database. In Statistics, Peter Urbani looks at the performance of the equity long and short picks by the top 696 large hedge funds represented in the Goldman Sachs VIP Hedge Fund Index during Q3 2012. Fundana anal......................

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