Hedge Connection offers Marketing Platforms to Lighthouse Prime Services Clients Mar18

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Today we issued an important announcement. Not only a significant development for our company but also a significant development in the rapid development and transformation of the hedge fund services sector.   As the major prime brokerages cut down on services to clients, specifically smaller funds, our partnership with Lighthouse offers their clients a turn-key

Hedge funds Target HNW/Family Offices Mar11

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From: Hedge funds to chase the wealthy. Wealth Bulletin Stephanie Baum   Insightful article on two important hedge fund investor constituencies.   I will attempt to summarize: 1. HNW and family offices were some of the first investors in hedge funds   2. HFs started to target larger pockets of money from FOFs, endowments, foundations

What happens when 30% of 50% goes away? Mar11

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While hard data on the hedge fund industry is hard to come by, it is commonly understood that 50% of single manager money comes from FOFs. According to Hedgeworld, 30% of that 50% is gone, with significant implications for raising new capital. To name a few: – consolidating positions – knock-on redemptions – legitimate concern

Thoughtful Presentation on HF Marketing Mar9

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This morning I received a press release from IQ Financial Marketing notifying me of the availability of a free  guide offering 10 tips on hedge fund marketing. As we offer our own marketing tips each month so I was naturally curious.   According to the release, “IQ’s principals, Nancy J. Dennis and Michael H. Greenstein,

Where does one go to party these days? Feb27

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From 2/11/09 HF Alert:   Expect more of this.  If you are a hedge fund that expected to raise capital exclusively through your prime broker. Time to consider plan b.    Merrill Lynch is the latest prime broker to cancel or scale back a hedge fund conference. Merrill, now part of Bank of America, told clients