The 'AlphaQ - April 2016' special report comprises 16 separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.
Welcome to the April 2016 edition of AlphaQ. The much maligned mortgage-backed security is our focus this month as James Williams interviews new managers who are finding alpha in the sector on both sides of the pond.
A new take on a gold fund is enjoying enviable returns, regardless of the price change in the safe haven commodity.
October last year saw the launch of a new speciality insurance-linked securities instrument from Luxembourg-based Dragon Fire Capital, aimed at institutional and high net worth investors, primarily based outside of the US.
James Williams interviews the new wave of managers in the mortgage backed securities (MBS) sector.
Beverly Chandler investigates the likely impact of a Brexit `out' vote on the financial services industry in the UK.
Beverly Chandler reports on the fund administration industry across all of the AlphaQ territories: hedge funds, private equity, real estate and real assets.
James Williams interviews Mark Ebert, manager of the Real Assets fund.
Regular AlphaQ columnist, Randeep Grewal writes on the importance of having an edge.
James Williams finds that volatile markets drive investors along a cautious path.
Private equity co-investment – an interview with Jeff Miller, Partner at Pantheon and member of its Co-Investment Committee.
John Mould, ThinCats CEO, details the rise of peer-to-peer lending.
James Williams investigates sustainable investments.
Is your purchase or sale of securities covered under US law, asks Noah Wortman, Chief Operating Officer and Michele Carino, Of Counsel at Pomerantz for the Americas at Goal Group.
Marianne Scordel of Bougeville Consulting writes on a new pooled option for philanthropic foundations.
Andrew Hart from Bryan Cave writes on UK private equity firms switching to public companies.
James Williams interviews Mihir Kapadia, CEO of London's Sun Global Investments.