Tag Archives: hedge fund industry


What We Learned About Fund Marketing in 2017

The following is a rapid-fire account of what we learned about fund marketing in 2017. We hope it helps inform your efforts in 2018. In no particular order: There is the general sentiment that things are changing.   Value is attached to marketing technology. (Managers are beginning to realize that the awkward use of a CRM system is suboptimal.)   […]

Which Hedge Funds Perform Best in Down Markets?

PerTrac, a provider of analytics, reporting and communications software for investment professionals, released a new report this week detailing the success of hedge funds during years in which the entire sector posted negative performance results. After taking a look at small hedge funds (where assets under management were less than $100M), medium-sized entities (with AUM between $100M and $500M) and […]

How Much Money Does it Take to Start a Hedge Fund?

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need a billion dollars to get a hedge fund up and running. According to Daniel Strachman, a financial expert who serves as the Director of Research and Strategy for the GAIM Conference Series, you can start with a relatively small amount of money. “It’s reasonable to think that a group of people could get […]

Hiring Slowly Picking Up at Hedge Fund Firms

While the debate rages on as to whether the economy is, indeed, displaying evidence of “green shoots,” numerous hedge fund firms appear to be taking matters into their own hands, repositioning themselves to benefit from any signs of improving investor sentiment.  In particular, several firms have gone on recent hiring sprees in an attempt to lock in the best and […]