brokers

Unintentional

Choosing a transition manager…

in the one field that refuses to rationalise Interest rates are not the only thing going up in Australia in defiance of the rest of the world. While the transition management marketplaces of London and New York have seen a number of investment banks exit, or at least ‘transition transition’ into their custody or asset […]
Unintentional

Choosing a transition manager…

in the one field that refuses to rationalise Interest rates are not the only thing going up in Australia in defiance of the rest of the world. While the transition management marketplaces of London and New York have seen a number of investment banks exit, or at least ‘transition transition’ into their custody or asset […]
Hedge Funds

From family office to your back office

The owners of an online funds management system spun out of the Haines family’s Portland House Group in 2004 are actively marketing for the first time, with “fundamental style” managers and family offices of up to $500 million and 30-odd trades a day the target market. Funds Management Online (FMO) is an integrated fund accounting […]
Hedge Funds

From family office to your back office

The owners of an online funds management system spun out of the Haines family’s Portland House Group in 2004 are actively marketing for the first time, with “fundamental style” managers and family offices of up to $500 million and 30-odd trades a day the target market. Funds Management Online (FMO) is an integrated fund accounting […]
Hedge Funds

Banks set to shake up life settlements

Institutional investors may be shaking off any reputational aversion they had to life settlements, desperate as they are for genuinely uncorrelated assets. MICHAEL BAILEY examines the current state of the asset class and its two means of access – synthetic or physical. The life settlements market has benefited from the entry of large investment banks, […]
Hedge Funds

Banks set to shake up life settlements

Institutional investors may be shaking off any reputational aversion they had to life settlements, desperate as they are for genuinely uncorrelated assets. MICHAEL BAILEY examines the current state of the asset class and its two means of access – synthetic or physical. The life settlements market has benefited from the entry of large investment banks, […]
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