Tag Archives: Capital Introduction

Capital Introduction Trends in 2010

Carbon360 has published the results of a survey they conducted over the past month entitled Capital Introduction Trends in 2010. Daniel Golyanov authored the report and asked for industry professionals to provide thoughts on future of the industry including which strategies would be popular in the near term future, where investors are based, and the evolution of the industry in the […]

Differences Between Capital Introduction and Third Party Marketing

If you ask ten different hedge fund professionals to explain the difference between third party marketing and capital introduction, you are bound to get ten different answers.  Though often confused, each practice serves a vital role in attracting capital to the industry.  Recently in his Hedge Fund Capital Introduction Blog, Evan Rapoport, Co-founder of HedgeCo Networks, spent some time dissecting […]

November Hedge Fund Capital Introduction Event

Hedge fund investors, hurry up and circle November 10, 2009 on your calendars!  Late that Tuesday afternoon, HedgeCo will be holding one of its largest capital introduction conferences to date, in roundtable discussion format.  Held at the famed US Trust Building in midtown Manhattan, the event will allow investors the opportunity to meet with a select group of hedge fund […]

Some See Banking Failures When Others Eye Banking Opportunities

  Lost in the shuffle of the recent economic crisis, American financial institutions now have the opportunity to service clients of their now-failed counterparts. No where has this been more evident than the world of hedge fund prime brokerage. When Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns failed, the rest of the banking industry went into defense mode and began to cut […]