Building for the future

Tue Jan 22, 2008



Does every hedge fund business need to be run as a platform that might be listed? Neil Wilson As hedge fund groups have got larger, we’ve seen them becoming more public in the way they do business: listing funds, listing businesses, selling stakes. How does the COO plan for a platform that could be listed, or reporting to major institutional shareholders? Indeed, does every serious hedge fund business need to be run as a platform that might be part of an institutional ownership structure, even if it never does so?

Simon Goodman I think the job is to build a robust operating platform, regardless of who actually owns that platform. That is the way we have always built, and will continue to build, regardless of what may or may not happen down the line.

Adam Glinsman You set your stall out as to where ultimately you think the capital value resides....

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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