Editor’s Letter – Issue 120

February 2017

HAMLIN LOVELL

The defining qualities of a “hedge fund” were traditionally held to include: offshore domicile; freedom from regulation; secrecy; restricted investor base; substantial manager co-investment; performance-related fee structures and an unconstrained investment mandate including the ability to hedge. Yet with every passing year most of these attributes, which we touch on in turn, are becoming less unique to hedge funds.

All sorts of funds, including long only ones, use offshore...

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