Managing Hedge Fund Risk: From the Seat of the Practitioner - Views from Investors, Counterparties, Hedge Funds and Consultants

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An expansive volume which addresses key hedge fund risk management issues with rigour. A highly accessible primer on hedge fund risk illustrated with practical examples and backed up with analysis of recent developments in risk management research. Provides quality information for risk managers within different types of investment structures. With contributions from leading pracitioners with considerable expertise in their areas, Managing Hedge Fund Risk is now essential ...
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Overview

An expansive volume which addresses key hedge fund risk management issues with rigour. A highly accessible primer on hedge fund risk illustrated with practical examples and backed up with analysis of recent developments in risk management research. Provides quality information for risk managers within different types of investment structures. With contributions from leading pracitioners with considerable expertise in their areas, Managing Hedge Fund Risk is now essential reading!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781899332786
  • Publisher: Risk Books
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Pages: 463
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 9.34 (h) x 1.42 (d)

Table of Contents

Managing Hedge Fund Risk
From the Seat of the Practitioner - Views from Investors, Hedge Funds and Counter Parties
CONTENTS
Introduction
Virginia Reynolds Parker and Randolf G. Warsager
Part I: Perspectives from the Investors
1 Risk Management: A Practical Approach to Managing a Portfolio of Hedge Funds for a Large Investment Company
Norman Chait
2 Hedge Fund Risk Management for Institutions
Mark J. P. Anson
3 Risk Management Issues for the Family Office
Luc Estenne
Fund of Funds:
4 Risk Management Issues for Endowments and Foundations
William P. Miller
5 Risk: Defining it, Measuring it and Managing it
Robert A. Jaeger
6 The Critical Path to Effective Hedge Fund Risk Management: Control, Transparency and Risk
Performance Measurement
Virginia Reynolds Parker
Part II: Perspectives from the Counterparties
7 From a Dealer's Perspective
Irenee duP. May, Jr
8 Risk Management of Hedge Funds
Susan Webb
9 From the Practitioner's Perspective as a Prime Broker
Graham Rowlands
10 Operational Risk
Marcelo Cruz and Jonathan Davies
Part III: Perspectives from the Hedge Fund Managers
11 Risk Management for the Asset Management Firm
D. Sykes Wilford, Erik Norland and José M. Quintana
12 Sound Practices for Hedge Funds
Tanya Styblo Beder
13 Risk Management for Hedge Fund Strategies
Mike Boren
14 Risk Management for Hedge Fund Strategies: US Equity Market Neutral
Jane Tisdale
15 Long/Short Japanese Equities
Alex Balfour and Alastair MacGregor
16 The "Risk" in Risk Arbitrage
John Paulson
17 ConvertibleArbitrage
John Michael Pagli, Jr
18 Mortgage Strategies
Eric Keiter
19 Risk Management for a Distressed Securities Portfolio
Marti P. Murray
20 Short Selling: A Unique Set of Risks
A. R. Arulpragasm and James S. Chanos
21 Risk Management for Hedge Fund Strategies - Foreign Exchange
A. Paul Chappell
Part IV: Perspectives from the Consultants
22 Incorporating Hedge Fund Risk into the Design Parameters of a Traditional Investment Programme
Mary Ann Johnson
23 Risk Management for Hedge Funds and CTAs: VAR Versus Span Margin
George Martin and Sam Y. Chung
24 Enterprise Risk Management for Hedge Funds: An Applied Perspective
Murray Nash and Andy Lee
Appendix
Sound Practices for Hedge Fund Managers
Findings on Disclosure for Institutional Investors in Hedge Funds
What is the Optimal Portfolio Risk Measurement?
A Review of Value-at-Risk
Sam Y. Chung
The Risk of Hedge Funds
Alexander Ineichen
Index
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