A close look at where the money flows in alternative funds suggests a more complicated story.
The hedge fund industry may be getting one step closer to its robot-guided future.
Institutional investors are beginning to view hedge funds in a new light, according to allocation consultancies.
Leveraging technology will play an increasingly important role for asset managers in Malaysia.
A middle ground has recently emerged: "quantamental" investing, a merger of computer and human-based decision making. It’s not yet clear whether the whole is more than the sum of its parts.
The sweeping rule changes threaten to upend the business model of smaller hedge funds, which are already bearing the brunt of an investor exodus and declining fee income.
The decade-long growth of cheap index-tracking funds is giving hedge funds an unexpected influence in setting market prices.
As China opens its version of the hedge fund industry to overseas firms for the first time, pioneers are wading into a market full of both promise and peril.
Funds using automated investing processes are the fastest growing segment of the hedge fund universe.
China-focused hedge funds bounced back from their worst performance in five years and trounced global counterparts. After an annual loss last year, Greater China hedge funds added more than 13 percent on average in the first half of 2017 to rank among the top-performing strategies in the world.