Hedge fund managers became the centre of attraction after the credit crisis as they are believed to be one of the reasons for the credit crisis.
What does HFM stand for?
HFM stands for Hedge Fund Manager (investing)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Health Facilities Management (journal)
- Heat Flow Meter
- Heavy Forces Modernization
- Hemifacial Microsomia
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- High Frequency Module
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- Hold for Merchandise (retail)
- Holland Film Meeting (Netherlands Film Festival)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Paperback HG4530 Writing in non-technical terms, Burton, a reporter covering hedge funds and investment management at Bloomburg News since 1993, presents profiles of hedge fund managers based on interviews.
It concludes that, despite having accelerated in the wake of the financial crisis, convergence between traditional asset managers and hedge fund managers remains an emerging trend.
Studley has negotiated a lease transaction that will allow hedge fund manager Mason Capital Management to more than double in size at its current headquarters in Midtown's upscale Plaza submarket on East 59th Street just off Park Avenue.
A hedge fund manager typically gets a 20 percent cut of the increase in the market cap of the fund's holdings.
Between audits, a hedge fund manager has a lot of freedom in valuing his or her positions.
Among corporate pension plans, 17 percent with assets above $5 billion use hedge funds, while another 7 percent anticipate hiring a hedge fund manager.
It contains the largest and richest database of equity hedge fund managers in the world.