Bank of England on hedge fund and PB risk: better than it used to be but issues remain

A recent publication from the Bank of England shows that hedge fund systemic risk is generally lower than it used to be; that’s a good thing for the markets. Hedge funds themselves are more proactive about risk management and transparency than ever. However, some parts of hedge fund strength have resulted in prime brokers unable to make margin calls on some trades. That could get messy in a market correction.
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