An Introduction to Fund Management

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 8, 2011 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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An Introduction to Fund Management introduces readers to the economic rationale for the existence of funds, the different types available, investment strategies and many other related issues from the perspective of the investment manager. It gives an overview of the whole business and explores the process and techniques of fund management, performance measurement and fund administration. This updated edition reflects new regulatory changes and industry developments.
 

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Contents

ROLE OF FUNDS
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PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
PORTFOLIO ADMINISTRATION
INVESTOR ADMINISTRATION
Cha ter 6 PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT l
INVESTMENT MATHEMATICS
GLOSSARY
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Ray Russell has been a consultant and trainer within the financial services industry since 1988.  Prior to this he spent 25 years in investment banking.  Operating as GCR Management Services he has served as a director of a fund management firm for 10 years and has developed introductory training for the SII and fund management firms in the UK and Ireland.  He also created a week long course for the compliance Institute.

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