Hedge Funds Target Transparency Liquidity and Fraud

Transparency Liquidity and Fraud

A study just came out from the TABB Group showing a growing trend in the use of managed accounts. Hedge fund managers particularly are looking for ways in which they can increase transparency and liquidity while decreasing the chance that someone within their firm will commit some sort of act of fraud.  Here is a quote from the story and link to it:

The focus on transparency, liquidity and flexibility are the primary drivers of the increased interest in managed accounts. TABB Group estimates assets in the industry invested through managed accounts will reach $790 billion by 2011, up from $468 billion in 2009. source

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