Strategic Content Perspectives & Ideas
Raising Assets in an Era of Rebalancing
Across the globe, allocators are reassessing and rebalancing their portfolios. Regardless of fund size, the desire to develop relationships and raise assets requires a renewed approach to branding, marketing and investor relations. Hedge funds that can effectively express their value proposition in this new regime are likely to develop new partnerships and strengthen their pre-existing relationships. The Capital Playbook 2023 provides key insights for marketing and investor relations strategy, talent, travel, and customized products.
We’ve shifted from a landscape of scarcity and first-mover advantage to one of data ubiquity, where the winners emerge on the back of better navigating the data deluge. State of Our Union 2018 argues three forces will shape the next decade of hedge fund success: i) Capital intelligence, ii) Resource intelligence and iii) Organizational intelligence and we investigate the critical importance all three will play in a firm’s success.
This publication explores the implications of one of the broadest and farthest-reaching European regulations in recent memory – looking across market structures and participants to better understand how these rules may work in practice.
Building Data Strategies for the Next Decade
A deep dive into how investment firms are addressing the explosive growth of data. Jefferies conducted nearly 50 in-depth interviews with investment managers, lawyers, accountants and data providers to get a more holistic and detailed understanding of emerging data. Quantifying Strategy details the current range of approaches to institutionalizing data strategies, and explores initial efforts to build long term solutions.
Mapping the Data Science Landscape in the Hedge Fund Industry
Have we reached a tipping point? Data science is now, and will increasingly be, of strategic importance to all hedge funds in the coming years. We explore this mainstreaming of data science solutions means managers, investors and counterparties should be informed about and conversant in the opportunities and challenges offered by these technologies.