View from the top: hedge fund COOs talk regulation, investor demands

By Lawrence Delevingne

Tue Nov 6, 2012


A discussion on business management at the Absolute Return Symposium.


  
  Greg Heyman and Andrew Rabinowitz
(Photo: Axel Dupeux).
Hedge fund chief operating officers said they are happy to be flexible for investors, but regulatory demands are taking a large toll.

COOs Gregory Heyman of startup Kensai Asset Management, Andrew Rabinowitz of $10 billion credit firm Marathon Asset Management and Daniel Solomon of $70 million macro focused Lyford Group International shared their experiences as part of a panel discussion at the Absolute Return Symposium last week.

Predictably, the panelists were more willing to be more flexible and transparent for investors than...

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