Tag Archives: corporate governance


REFILE-Activist funds ditch Japan, leave governance void

Interactive Investor – The retreat of two high-profile activist funds from Japan underscores the difficulties such funds face in squeezing value from their investments and raises worries about lax corporate governance in the world’s second-biggest economy. The Children’s Investment Fund […]

G8 Endorses Lecce Framework

West Palm Beach (HedgeCo.net) – G8 Finance Ministers announced their endorsement of a global regulatory framework for financial institutions worldwide, "We agreed to create a coherent framework which builds on work done by the IMF, World Bank, OECD, FSB, FATF, […]

Call for hedge funds to pay short selling research charge

London Stock Exchange – Hedge funds that short stocks as part of their investment strategy should be forced to pay a levy to support research into the impact of the tactic on the markets, according to a new manifesto for […]

Meridian Fund Advisers Launch With Hedge Fund Specialist as Head

West Palm Beach (HedgeCo.net) – Hedge fund manager Meridian Global Fund Services Group has launched a hedge fund consulting affiliate team with Joyce E. Heinzerling as head. The affiliate, Meridian Fund Advisers LLC, will provide hedge fund regulatory and corporate […]

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