Aradhna Dayal: What are the new
institutional requirements for your particular strategy, in
terms of fund structuring, domicile, investor terms, fees and
operations? We have various strategies represented here - for
example, Senrigan runs an event-driven strategy, Turiya is a
global equity long/short fund, PMA has a whole spectrum of
strategies and CQS is more credit-focused.
Chris Nash: We are Caymans-domicled and investors are
comfortable with that. On the operational side, it's important
to be more institutional and the bar is going to get higher and
higher. Risk management is also important. Differentiation
between independent risk management and the policing of it,
away from intra-day risk management, and how that is done in
the investment team is what investors are interested in. They
want a separate valuation policy and an enforcement of that
valuation, then the policing of the overall liquidity....