Abramovich, Roman 156
Absolute Returns for Kids (ARK) 155
added value from hedge fund operations
160−1, 170, 199−201
Aker Yards 175−80, 183−5
‘alpha’ and ‘beta’ 161, 201
AP Fonder 103
arbitrage spreads 145
Arthur Andersen 92
asset-stripping 102
assets under management (AUM) 68−9,
99, 138−9, 146−7, 149−50
background checking 123
Bank of Ireland 110
Bear Stearns 24−5
Berkeley Square 41, 57
Berkshire Hathaway 67
Bezos, Jeff 10
Black−Scholes−Merton option pricing
formula 2
Blair, Tony 156
Bloomberg 23, 110
bonus systems 139−40
British Airways 130
brokerage commissions 149−50, 152
‘bubble’ markets 169
Buffet, Warren 67
Bure 99−105
burn-out 170
Busson, Arpad 155
capital asset pricing model 204
cascade effect 185
Children’s Investment Fund 146
churning 149
Collery, Peter 11−14
Conti, Massimo 40, 63, 66, 70, 74−5,
86, 90
correlation between markets 86, 119,
171, 197, 203−6
Credit Suisse 152, 191
Cuccia, Enrico 78
Dagens Industry 99
disaster scenarios 205
discounts 105
diversification of portfolios 203−6
early investors 53−4
edge, competitive 131, 201−2
efficient market frontier 204−5
Enron 92
Enskilda Banken 177
entertainment trips 154
entrepreneurship 170, 198−9
equity markets 204
Eurohedge 51, 87−8, 191
‘European Fund Manager of the Year’
award 146
Evans, Brad 113−14
‘events’ 19−20
exchange traded funds (ETFs) 202, 206
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