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MARHedge (or Managed Account Reports Hedge) was a semi-monthly financial newsletter that focusing on the hedge fund industry which circulated between 1994 and 2006.[1][2] It was originally distributed under the name HEDGE and has also gone under the name Managed Account Reports LLC.[3][4] The newsletter stopped distribution in November 2006 after Euromoney Institutional Investor’s acquired MARHedge.

After leaving the magazine, former managing editor Michael Ocrant said that he and the magazine's staff were misled by industry insiders regarding many accounts, including Bernie Madoff's.[5] He was one of the first journalists to try and warn about the returns from Madoff in the MARHedge letter published in May 2001.[6]

The magazine was involved in several large audits of the hedge fund industry,[7] as well as reporting on other major events in the industry, such as the creation of Hedge Funds care, a charity created with the aim of ending child abuse.[8][9]

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  1. ^ Laura Wood (October 12, 2005), "Research and Markets: Marhedge- Analysis of Global Hedge Fund, Fund of Funds and Managed Futures Markets", M2 Presswire
  2. ^ "ARHedge Closing Hedge Fund Publication, P.S. We Are Hiring". FIN Alternative. November 9, 2006.
  3. ^ "MARHEDGE". Research and Markets. Retrieved November 1, 2009.
  4. ^ Brian Jordan (September 19, 2005), "Hedge funds take losses after Katrina drives big moves in spark spreads, power spreads", Power Markets Week, p. 1
  5. ^ Michael Ocrant (December 21, 2008), "I rang the alarm bells seven years ago but people kept rushing to invest;", The Sunday Times, p. 2
  6. ^ Michael Ocrant (May 2001), "Madoff tops charts; skeptics ask how" (PDF), MarHedge: 5
  7. ^ Helen Avery (November 2006), "AI market round-up: Bling bling! - how managers blow their money", Euromoney, p. 2
  8. ^ Paul Waldie (November 10, 2006), "Hedge funds try hand at charity fundraising", The Globe and Mail, p. 1
  9. ^ Amoryn Engel (November 25, 2006), "Loadsa dough for the kids: Hedge Funds Care: Hedge-fund experts get together to fight child abuse", National Post's Financial Post & FP Investing, p. 1

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