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A detailed, step-by-step book covering the entire hedge fundevaluation process Investing in hedge funds is different from investing in otherasset classes. There is much less publicly available informationabout hedge funds performance than there is about mutual funds orindividual stocks. Consequently, investing in this class requiresmore sophisticated investment knowledge, greater due diligence,and, in many cases, a better-developed ability to evaluateinvestment managers. Hedge Fund Analysis provides a broad framework of how toapproach this endeavor, from initial screening to…mehr

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A detailed, step-by-step book covering the entire hedge fundevaluation process Investing in hedge funds is different from investing in otherasset classes. There is much less publicly available informationabout hedge funds performance than there is about mutual funds orindividual stocks. Consequently, investing in this class requiresmore sophisticated investment knowledge, greater due diligence,and, in many cases, a better-developed ability to evaluateinvestment managers. Hedge Fund Analysis provides a broad framework of how toapproach this endeavor, from initial screening to analyticaltechniques, interviewing skills, and legal and contractnegotiations. Along the way, it demonstrates a variety ofmechanisms for monitoring and tracking hedge funds and theunderlying hedge fund portfolios--explaining each stage of theprocess in minute detail and providing specific examples whichfully explain the opportunities and challenges you'll face eachstep of the way. * Provides a detailed look at how to source hedge funds, screenthrough them, and rank their strengths and weaknesses * Lays out a thorough process for evaluating funds, from initialinterviews to performance analysis to onsite meetings * Reveals what questions to ask by strategy in order tounderstand the underlying risk factors associated with each * Highlights non-investment analysis, including operational duediligence and risk management, as integral elements in theprocess Written by a financial professional with over twenty years ofexperience conducting investment manager due diligence, this bookwill put you in a position to make more informed decisions wheninvesting in hedge funds.

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 416
  • Erscheinungstermin: 14.08.2012
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118227107
  • Artikelnr.: 37349985
Autorenporträt
FRANK J. TRAVERS, CFA, is a portfolio manager at Larch Lane Advisors. He has over two decades of experience analyzing traditional long-only, private equity, and hedge fund strategies. Previously, he was the director of research at First Peninsula Capital and a portfolio manager at Pine Street Advisors and CIC Group. Additionally, he held positions as the director of due diligence at CIBC World Markets, associate director of international equity research at Evaluation Associates, and senior analyst positions at Morgan Stanley Asset Management and RCB Trust. Travers is the author of Investment Manager Analysis: A Comprehensive Guide to Portfolio Selection, Monitoring, and Optimization, also published by Wiley. He received his BS in finance from St. John's University and his MBA from Fordham University.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction xi PART ONE Background CHAPTER 1 Hedge Fund History 3 So Who Invented the Hedge Fund? 4 The Samurai 4 The Academic 5 The Legend 14 The Innovator 17 CHAPTER 2 Hedge Fund Asset Class 29 Definition 29 Hedge Fund Structure 31 Hedge Fund Strategies 32 Advantages of Allocating to Hedge Funds 43 Hedge Fund Size and Age Impacts Performance 52 PART TWO Hedge Fund Due Diligence CHAPTER 3 Due Diligence Process 57 Key Areas of Focus within Each Component of Due Diligence 57 The Due Diligence Process Highlighted in This Book 60 Putting It All Together 67 Some Initial Thoughts 70 CHAPTER 4 Initial Data Collection 77 Data Collection 78 Due Diligence Questionnaire (DDQ) 80 Fictional Capital Management 80 Other Materials 106 Further Analysis 108 13F Analysis 116 Hedge Fund Journal 119 CHAPTER 5 Initial Interview 121 Initial Call or Meeting 121 Phone Interviews 122 Meeting Notes 139 CHAPTER 6 Quantitative Analysis 145 Performance Measures 146 Absolute Return Measures 146 Absolute Risk Measures 154 Regression
Based Statistics 164 Peer Group Analysis 168 CHAPTER 7 Portfolio Analysis 173 Attribution Analysis 174 Fundamental Analysis 189 Evaluating Portfolio Data 193 CHAPTER 8 Onsite Interviews 217 Onsite Meeting Strategies 219 One
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One Meetings 219 Meeting with More Than One Person 222 Different Perspectives 223 Meeting Notes 224 Onsite Interviews at Fictional Capital Management (FCM) 228 CHAPTER 9 Operational Due Diligence 259 Case Study: Bayou Fund 259 Definition 261 Importance of Operational Due Diligence 263 Categorization of Operational Due Diligence 267 Interview with FCM Operational Staff 301 CHAPTER 10 Risk Due Diligence 309 Graphical Depiction of Hedge Fund Risks 312 Risk Due Diligence 314 Factor Decomposition Analysis 330 Interview with FCM Risk Manager 333 CHAPTER 11 Reference and Background Checks 339 Onlist and Offlist References 340 Internet and Social Media 341 Contacting References 343 Problematic References 346 Whose References Should You Check? 349 How Many Reference Calls Are Enough? 350 Background Checks 352 Summary of Reference Calls for FCM 353 CHAPTER 12 Hedge Fund Scoring Model and Decision Making 357 Hedge Fund Scoring Model 358 Putting It All Together 374 About the Author 379 Index 381