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GOP, Trump Taxes Ding Texas, Boost Rich Investors

The Trump Administration and the Republican-controlled Congress could bring about major changes in tax law and, if passed, Texas would be the state most affected by the proposed border tax, according to Vadim Blikshteyn, financial service senior tax manager with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause. Read More

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MAPs offer springboard for emerging managers

Managed account platforms allow institutions to broaden out their hedge fund allocations and invest in emerging managers with confidence, thanks to the strong operational controls they provide. At a time when some of the larger established names have suffered performance issues, diversifying into a wider mix of unknown managers is becoming of strategic import to…

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FinAlternatives Covers NYHFR’s Latest Survey on Energy

Alternative investment professionals believe the low cost of crude oil will precipitate a decline in fracking efforts and diminish U.S. efforts to find alternative sources of energy, according to a new survey by the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable (NYHFR). Read More..

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NYHFR: Alternative Industry Weighs in on Presidential Election

Hillary Clinton is favored to win the November presidential election by a significant margin, according to a new survey by the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable. The survey recently polled NYHFR members about the extremely contentious presidential race and what different scenarios would mean for the economy and the alternative investment industry. Read More

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Alternative investment industry weighs in on the presidential election

The U.S. presidential race has already dominated the news for well over a year and will undoubtedly continue to do so long after the final votes are cast on November 8th. Beyond predicting who will triumph, Wall Street, along with much of the world, is focused on what the winner’s presidency will mean for markets…

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