Managed security and branded document portals are growing in popularity as hedge funds become cautious of cybersecurity threats to their business.
When your head is down and you are doing your job on a day-to-day basis, it is very difficult – practically impossible – to keep up to date all your marketing material, and perhaps more importantly, follow and embrace business best practices.
When it comes to Hedge funds, all the regulations, the compliance headaches and the costs associated with spreading the word are prohibiting the Marketing Manager to publicly declare that the fund is doing great.
Many investors today focus the bulk of their attention on gathering information and data when it comes to manager assessment. From reading through documentation to the analysis of performance, investors certainly have their work cut out. But is this approach solid, or is it just scratching the surface?
Our collaborative research with AIMA and GPP, “Making it Big” provides insights from larger, more established managers who blazed a trail in building a billion-dollar hedge fund business. The research examines their path to growth, providing a road map for all emerging and start-up managers.
Many regard asset management as a traditional, slow-moving industry. Its reluctance to innovate has seen it trail other areas of finance, such as trading and retail banking, when it comes to the adoption of technology. But this is changing.