Five senior hires added to existing team Expands growing footprint to Atlanta, Georgia Bridge Alternative Investment Solutions (“Bridge Alternatives”), an outsourced Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Operations Officer (COO) business focused on meeting the institutional needs of investment management firms, has made five senior appointments to scale with client demands.
Bridge Alternatives Commodity Hedge Fund Index includes 15 largest commodity hedge fund managers by assets under management Index recorded a second consecutive year of positive double-digit performance for commodities-focused hedge funds Total assets under management by the index constituents grew by more than $3bn over 2021 Bridge Alternatives, the specialist alternative investment advisor, has revealed that commodity-focused hedge funds saw a “strong performance” in 2021, with many seeing the energy transition towards renewables as a big opportunity and a $3bn uplift in investment across the index.
Division will be led by Kyle Fields, formerly of SS&C Technologies and PricewaterhouseCoopers Bridge Alternative Investment Solutions will perform virtually every function that an in-house CFO and/or COO would provide Focus on investment managers across hedge funds, CTAs, private equity funds, venture capital and others Bridge Alternatives, the specialist alternative investment advisor, is today announcing the launch of Bridge Alternative Investment Solutions, an outsourced Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Operations Officer (COO) business focused on meeting the institutional needs of investment management firms.
Why Intercept is a podcast project from Bridge Alternatives that aims to explore new ideas in modern investment alpha. Through conversations with portfolio managers, institutional investors, academics, authors and others, we seek to gain clarity on how and why certain types of alphas exist in an ultra competitive investment landscape.
Even with terabytes stored in servers and observations over multiple decades, there’s actually very little data at our disposal in finance. Michael gives a fantastic presentation revealing the reasons why financial modeling is so hard—harder even than self-driving cars and diagnosing cancer.
Jim Simons recently participated in three interviews hosted by MIT, covering mathematics, finance, and philanthropy. These are rare and lengthy conversations with one of the industry’s most interesting and private people. As much as I enjoyed the talks, the finance portion reaffirmed my belief that Renaissance’s Medallion fund probably doesn’t owe its success to magic. No methods or technologies they employ would individually shock or awe, and I’d wager there’s no silver bullet or big secret to what they do. Believing this doesn’t diminish what Medallion has achieved, I don’t think, at all.