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How Can Hedge Fund Managers Maintain the Efficiency Advantages of In-House Administration While Addressing the Valuation, Transparency and Conflicts Concerns of Institutional Investors?

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By: Christopher Faille | January 12, 2010

Pluris Valuation Advisors President Espen Robak was quoted in an article in the January 13, 2010 issue of The Hedge Fund Law Report titled “How Can Hedge Fund Managers Maintain the Efficiency Advantages of In-House Administration While Addressing the Valuation, Transparency and Conflicts Concerns of Institutional Investors?” According to that article, hedge fund managers should consider three variables when selecting a third-party administrator: scale, suitability and cost. With respect to suitability, Robak noted that hedge fund managers generally “look for an administrator that is more targeted on the particular type of investment or strategy that they’re looking for.” And with respect to cost, Robak noted that “administrators have a range of fees, usually including a minimum, and right now hedge funds are very fee sensitive.” To view the full article, please visit The Hedge Fund Law Report at:

http://www.hflawreport.com/issue/101