Tag Archives: hedge funds

Offshore Directorships: How Many Are Too Many?

First we had the Weavering case, shedding light on the standard of care expected by the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands of independent directors in offshore hedge funds. Now we have a front page exposé in this week’s Financial Times … Continue reading →

What Weavering Case Means for Hedge Fund Governance

Paul Richards, Willis FINEX National, discusses implications of the Weavering ruling on Fund Directors’ Liability for hedge fund's corporate governance. Continue reading →

5 Financial Stories You May Have Missed – And the Silver Screen

This week's financial stories you may have missed: Rajaratnam, Fannie Mae, Olympus, replicator funds, De Niro, too big to fail, margin call, tower heist Continue reading →

5 Financial News Stories You May Have Missed — And Shrinkage

This week in financial news: hedge funds, forex, private equity funds, Gupta, and chartered banks. Continue reading →

Governance Matters for Alternative Investment Managers

Australian Dollars

The Financial Standard Online recently reported that Australian “super funds” have established a common set of principles “on how hedge fund managers should operate and manage risk”. The move is designed to improve investor confidence and attract more mandates. Continue reading →

5 Financial Services Stories You May Have Missed — And an Occupation

News stories from the week that were easy to miss, but may have some lasting impact: overdrafts, interest, treasury, hedge funds, hackers, and an occupation. Continue reading →