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Tag Archives: Hedge Funds
If I had read the PLSA’s response to the DWP’s proposals to flex the pension charge cap, this time last year, I would have applauded it. I told the Pensions Minister to his (virtual) face that I saw no demand … Continue reading
“We think this is a new bargain that can deliver better results for both pension savers and private equity managers,” @nestpensions – please make this happen! — Henry Tapper (@henryhtapper) April 5, 2021 Now we are getting somewhere. I’ve had … Continue reading
I came across this article on Robin Powell’s TEBI blog . Robin put me in touch with co-author Alex Friedman and it is published with his permission, the original can be found here. The very best articles are written by … Continue reading
The publication of a document form the American Securities and Exchange Commission into the activities of private equity and hedge funds (private funds) came two days before the DWP called for evidence on the AE charge cap. You can read … Continue reading
My friend Robin Powell has produced a series of disruptive info graphics around comments he’s garnered following Fidelity’s announcement of “free funds”. He’s also written a good blog on the subject. Of course “free funds” is a disruptive idea and … Continue reading
The balance of regulatory geo-politics has changed (did I really write that!) I guess most baby boomers like me grew up thinking that (at least in matters financial), Britain could look to America for progressive policy and practice. This is no … Continue reading
“I speak to everyone in the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university” – Albert Einstein This quote has really resonated with me of late as I find myself reading more and … Continue reading
The Swiss National Bank’s (“SNB’s”) decision to abandon the currency ceiling of the Franc relative to the Euro has drawn attention to risk management and hedging. The losers from the SNB’s actions, including retail leveraged trading platforms, investment banks … Continue reading
The Department for Communities and Local Government announced yesterday that £85bn of actively managed assets could be transferred to passive management and that the fund of fund structures could be collapsed into a collective investment vehicles. This is very significant … Continue reading