Month: July 2003

Experienced Hands Form New Hedge Fund Venture

The team at PaR Asset Management says they’ve captured the discipline, process and application of a well-run dealing room and replicated that into a system…and with a collection of experience topping 100 years, the partners at the new fund know what they’re talking about. “We’re about understanding what drives the market and how it affects […]

Gains Continue in May Parker Index

Currency managers enjoyed another month of gains in May, according to the Parker FX Index, which shows a return of up 3.16% for the month. With 45 out of 47 programmes in the index reporting May results, 80% showed a positive performance, while the median return is up 3.25%. The performance range for the month […]

FX & Capital Markets: Today and Tomorrow – Part 3

Panel Five Is the Multibank Portal Model Working? While the subject of multibank portals has been thoroughly covered in countless industry conferences, rather than have each make a presentation about its own, now well-known, business proposition, representatives from each of the major portals and two industry participants were asked some tough questions about the portals […]

FX & Capital Markets: Today and Tomorrow – Part 2

Panel Three Enhancing Currency Manager Performance Opening the business session on day two, moderator Craig Larimer, vice president at Bank One, set the tone for discussions about how currency manager performance can be enhanced in the pre-, trade and post-trade phases. Jerry Cornille, senior relationship manager at JP Morgan Futures, discussed the value of indices […]