Contents

  • Contents

    01 Sep 2001

     

  • Cutting The Costs Not The Corners

    01 Sep 2001

    Start-up funds have to tread a tightrope: spend too much and risk crippling the fund, or spend too little and risk looking amateurish

  • Choosing The Right Name For Your Hedge Fund

    01 Sep 2001

     

  • How To Raise The Cash

    01 Sep 2001

    Raising capital in Asia is a tough business, but is by no means impossible, requiring patience or the help of a 'seed' investor

  • It Gets Easier And Cheaper To 'short'

    01 Sep 2001

    The sceptics used to say that it was impossible to short in Asia, but now it isn't much more difficult than in the US or Europe

  • Where Is The Right Place To Be?

    01 Sep 2001

    More managers are choosing to start their fund in the region, but there is no perfect location - it is all down to personal preference

  • Vital Prime Time Contact

    01 Sep 2001

    From start-up advice to capital raising, the prime broker will play a key role, but make sure they get the basics right, says Deutsche's Hannah Goodwin

  • More Than Bookkeeping

    01 Sep 2001

    A good administrator is your partner for success and acts as a company secretary, CEO and CFO, says Robert Macpherson at Fortis Fund Services

  • How To Play By The Rules

    01 Sep 2001

    Mark Shipman at Clifford Chance looks at the different regulations throughout the region and how the start-up can structure their company

  • Solving More Than Just Tax

    01 Sep 2001

    Accountants help with regulatory approval, fund structure and, of course, tax, explains Carlyon Knight-Evans at Ernst & Young

  • No Short Cuts On Technology

    01 Sep 2001

    Getting the software and systems right at the start will make life easier, writes Niall McIntyre at Beauchamp Financial Technology

  • Case Studies

    01 Sep 2001

     

  • Contacts

    01 Sep 2001