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New Managers April 2014

Editorial

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Welcome back to New Managers' new user-friendly, real time format!

The April 2014 issue of New Managers starts with a list of the New Launches in the hedge and alternative funds arena.

Ian Hamilton motivates managers to apply compliance in this month's Scotstone Column.

In Fund Profiles, we spoke to many of the winners at the recent Global Emerging Manager Awards (GEMA). The manager of Breton Hill, a macro, trend following hedge fund; Camox Fund, a European long/short equity fund; Aimed Global Alpha Fund, a systematic fundamental global macro fund; Varadero Capital, a U.S. structured credit fund; and Phalanx Japan AustralAsia Multi-Strategy Fund talk about their strategies and market views.

You will find our usual roundup of the latest relevant news in Emerging Manager Bulletin and in News & Perspectives, and the latest seeding news in Seeder's Corner. Finally, two service providers, IDS and Cordium, di......................

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