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A Guide to Starting Your Hedge Fund by John Thompson, Erik Serrano Berntsen

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Index

  1. ‘2 and 20’ fee structure
  2. absolute returns
  3. accounting firms
  4. acquisitions of investors
  5. ad-hoc demands, investor relations
  6. administration costs
  7. administrators
  8. advertising restrictions
  9. agriculture
  10. AIM LSE sub-market
  11. air conditioning
  12. Allen, Woody
  13. ‘alpha’ returns to skill
  14. Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD)
  15. Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA)
  16. alternative investments
  17. aluminium
  18. Amaranth Advisors
  19. analytical skills
  20. annual reports
  21. anti-money laundering
  22. appendices
  23. arbitrage
  24. Articles of Association
  25. Asian developing economies
  26. asset allocations
  27. asset classes
  28. asset management
  29. assets under management (AUM)
  30. asymmetrical information
  31. attractiveness of energy commodities
  32. audits
  33. Australia
  34. Austria
  35. A.W. Jones & Co.
  36.  
  37. back-office functions
  38. backwardation, futures
  39. Bacon, Louis
  40. Bahamas
  41. balance sheets of banks
  42. bankruptcies
  43. banks
  44. Basel III requirements
  45. beginning is half the journey proverb
  46. Belgium
  47. benchmarks, performance issues
  48. Berkshire Hathaway
  49. the big picture, energy commodities
  50. biomass
  51. Bloomberg
  52. boards of directors
  53. bonds
  54. bonuses
  55. bottom-up analysis
  56. brand values
  57. Brazil
  58. break-even points
  59. BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China)
  60. British Virgin Islands
  61. brokers
  62. budgets
  63. Buffet, Warren
  64. business continuity plans (BCPs)
  65. business cycles
  66. business management
  67. business plans
  68. business strategy development
  69. buy outs
  70.  
  71. cables
  72. California
  73. call options
  74. capital adequacy requirements, banks
  75. capital flows
  76. capital gains
  77. capital sources see fundraising
  78. cash management
  79. cash-flow planning ...

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