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15 Feb. 2019 Opalesque most forwarded article - week 7: New Launches Royal London launches new Greetham fund, Direct lending specialist unveils multi-manager credit fund, PeakSpan Capital announces final close for Fund II on $265m, Mubadala's venture capital unit to launch $400m European fund, Lazard offers Scandinavian bond fund [more]

Royal London launches new Greetham fund From FT Adviser: Royal London's Multi Asset Strategies is the latest fund to be launched for Trevor Greetham and his eight-strong multi-asset team. It targets annualised total returns of cash, defined as the Sterling Overnight Index Average, plus 4 per cent over five-year rolling periods - aiming to capture marke...

08 Feb. 2019 Opalesque most forwarded article - week 6: UK hedge funds to prepare their senior managers for new regulatory regime [more]

B. G., Opalesque Geneva: Sani Jackson, London-based director at Optima Partners, a global regulatory compliance and risk management firm, warns UK-based fund managers of some (non-Brexit related) regulatory issues they cannot ignore this year. The UK FCA's ...

01 Feb. 2019 Opalesque most forwarded article - week 5: New Launches New hedge fund launches slowed 2019, An Ex-Nomura trader starts hedge fund at Tencent-backed firm, Lowes launches structured investment strategies fund, Kindred Ventures launches maiden fundraise with eyes on $50m, China's CITIC Capital to raise $2bn investment fund, Greenline Ventures launches second innovative fund [more]

New hedge fund launches slowed 2019 From Business Insider: Becoming a hedge-fund manager in 2019 is harder than ever before. Increased costs for technology, data, and compliance staff, along with tougher regulatory standards, have made it more challenging to launch a fund without a strong pedigree or a big-name supporter. These pressures are coupled with continued d...

25 Jan. 2019 Opalesque most forwarded article - week 4: Opinion Can you beat Warren Buffett's investment returns using data? [more]

From Seeking Aplha: The ideal hedge fund portfolio would use leverage to take a variety of uncorrelated risks that all cancel each other out, leaving the fund with little to no net exposure. For example, if you could invest in enough items with no correlation to the business cycle, like earthquake bonds and reinsurance, your return increases linearly, but your risk only increases logarit...

18 Jan. 2019 Opalesque most forwarded article - week 3: Institutional Investors Institutional investors plot large property allocations, Qatar Investment Authority aims to reach $45bn in U.S. investments, Louisiana Teachers assigns $200m, SoftBank move to slash WeWork investment sends shockwaves [more]

Institutional investors plot large property allocations From FT: Institutional investors plan to make large allocations to property in 2019, taking them closer to their desired targets. At least €72.4bn of new capital is expected to flow into real estate this year, according to a survey of 144 institutional investors and 10 fund of fund managers, con...

11 Jan. 2019 Opalesque most forwarded article - week 2: Gundlach's Forecast for 2019 [more]

Jeffrey Gundlach said that 2019 will mark the start of a period when bond markets must recon with the rising federal deficit. In his most passionate comments ever on this topic, he said the exploding national debt and liabilities involving pension funds, state and local government governments and Social Security have reached a stage that is "totally unthinkable." Gundlach is th...

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  1. New Launches: Royal London launches new Greetham fund, Direct lending specialist unveils multi-manager credit fund, PeakSpan Capital announces final close for Fund II on $265m, Mubadala's venture capital unit to launch $400m European fund, Lazard offers Scandinavian bond fund[more]

    Royal London launches new Greetham fund From FT Adviser: Royal London's Multi Asset Strategies is the latest fund to be launched for Trevor Greetham and his eight-strong multi-asset team. It targets annualised total returns of cash, defined as the Sterling Overnight Index Average, p

  2. New Launches: AI venture capital firm InReach Ventures launches new $60m fund[more]

    From Telegraph: InReach Ventures, a venture capital firm using artificial intelligence to spot the most promising early stage startups in Europe, has closed a new EUR53m ($60m) fund, as it said the Brexit process would be unlikely to decrease entrepreneurship in the EU. InReach Ventures said it

  3. Outlook: Why Paul Tudor Jones fears a 'revolution', A lot of 'negative surprises' will hit the markets in coming months, hedge-fund veteran Mark Yusko says[more]

    Why Paul Tudor Jones fears a 'revolution' From Institutional Investor: Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones; Robert Shiller, the Yale University professor who is a co-winner of the Nobel Prize in economic sciences; and DoubleLine Capital's deputy chief investment officer Jeff

  4. Performance: This small Austin based hedge fund founded by a successful Polish entrepreneur is beating market by recognizing growing moats[more]

    From Value Walk: Lukasz Tomicki, the founder of Austin, TX-based LRT Capital, had a life-changing moment after he achieved a degree of success. This led him into the hedge fund business where his emerging strategy has outperformed the major stock and hedge fund indices, he told ValueWalk. How the fu

  5. Opalesque Exclusive: BDO Survey: 89% of GPs expect a downturn within the next two years[more]

    Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York: Private equity appears to be preparing for the worst. 89 percent of private equity fund managers expect a prolonged downturn sometime in the next two years, according to the findings of a newly released survey from BDO. The trade war was cited as a top conce