BBC Insiders Debate - Hedge Fund managers
Hedge-fund managers typically have a reputation for arrogance, secrecy and an instinct for the main chance - seizing opportunities where the rewards are vast, but the losses can be catastrophic.
Partly blamed for the current credit crunch, hedge fund managers operate in a virtually unregulated domain - but is that about to change?
Hedge fund managers Jim Crayton, Tim Frost and Dan Brownstein along with banker Edward Charles discuss the ins and outs of their high-octane world. They talk about the current global economic crisis and the role of the hedge fund manager in finding solutions.
Owen Bennett-Jones chairs this interesting debate.
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First broadcast April 26 2008.
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