Tag: hedge funds

Capital and Risk, Insurance, Regulations

Investment Funds File New Suits Over Lighthouse Insurance Collapse in 2022

April 23, 2024

Via: Insurance Journal

Three investment firms connected to some of the best-known names on Wall Street have upped the ante in a legal dispute over now-insolvent Lighthouse Property Insurance Corp., based in Tampa. Fortinbras Enterprises, the managing partner of which is the well-known […]

Capital and Risk, Trading

15 Best Bank Stocks to Buy Now According to Hedge Funds

March 14, 2023

Via: Yahoo

In this piece, we will take a look at the 15 best bank stocks to buy now according to hedge funds. For more bank stocks, head on over to 5 Best Bank Stocks to Buy Now According to Hedge Funds. […]

Activity, Investment Banking

Citi struck a deal to offer hedge fund-like investments to the masses

January 8, 2020

Via: Bank Innovation

Citigroup Inc. is teaming up with an online platform to make credit investments normally reserved for hedge funds and billionaires available in small slices to legions of individual investors. A partnership announced by the bank and YieldStreet Inc. on Wednesday […]

Activity, Trading

Goldman’s portfolio of investors’ favorite stocks is one of its best yet, returning 19% a year

March 4, 2019


Goldman Sachs made a portfolio of the most loved stocks by both hedge funds and mutual funds, and it is crushing the market and the bank’s own secret portfolios. Two of Goldman’s baskets created exclusively for its clients — one […]


Move Over, Blockchain—It’s AI’s Time to Shine

December 15, 2016

Via: Bank Innovation

A hedge fund that gives away all of its data to people it doesn’t know and still stays private. A virtual lab for smarter business solutions. Smart sales conducted from a smartphone with its own virtual assistant—these are all artificial […]

Activity, Insurance

Don’t Dump Your Hedge Fund Just Yet

October 28, 2016

Via: TheStreet

Equities have outperformed alternatives since the financial crisis, and given the high fees generally associated with hedge funds, some institutional buyers are questioning whether the supposed benefits of alternatives are worth their costs. High-profiles examples include California Public Employees’ Retirement […]

Activity, Capital and Risk, Insurance, Liquidity

Insurers Rethinking $17.7 Billion Invested in Hedge Funds

May 24, 2016

Via: Insurance Journal

Stung by market-trailing returns, the insurance industry in the U.S. is reversing course after more than doubling its hedge fund allocation over five years, to $17.7 billion as of Dec. 31, according to data from the National Association of Insurance […]

Capital and Risk, Liquidity

Hedge Fund Managers Spot an Opportunity Amid Market Volatility

February 16, 2016

Via: The New York Times

Stock markets are plunging. The price of oil is in turmoil. And hedge funds just came off their worst year since the peak of the financial crisis in 2008. But Adam Sender, a well-known collector of contemporary art who shuttered […]