NICSA’s "Trends in Hedge Fund Operations" Seminar Focuses on Liquidity, Managed Accounts, Third-Party Administration, Due Diligence, GIPS Standards and Related Topics

On April 28, 2010, the National Investment Company Service Association, a not-for-profit trade association providing educational programming and information exchange within the operations sector of the worldwide investment industry, sponsored a webinar entitled "Trends in Hedge Fund Operations."  Speakers at the webinar focused on a range of issues of current relevance to hedge fund operations, including: fund-level and investor-level gates; side pockets; the frequency of use of managed accounts; the use of independent, third-party administrators; in-house administration; hybrid arrangements between third-party and in-house administration, including the use of agreed-upon procedures letters; investor due diligence and audit trends; GIPS standards; and the evolution of hedge fund technology.  This article summarizes the key points discussed during the webinar.

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