The Hedge Fund Journal

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The Hedge Fund Journal
Categories Business magazine
Frequency Monthly
First issue September 2004
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Hedge Fund Journal is a monthly, British magazine, focusing on the European hedge fund industry.


The Hedge Fund Journal was formed in 2004 by Publisher Rod Sparks, and is based in Fleet Street, London, UK. In 2010, the company launched UCITS Hedge, another publication dedicated to hedge funds incorporated in the European Union under the UCITS framework. The magazine consists of feature articles, original and contributed research, opinion and legal pieces, as well as strategy commentary from hedge fund managers. It features an annual features include a ranking the top 50 European hedge fund managers called, The Europe 50, The 50 Leading Women In Hedge Funds, and Tomorrow's Titans. Since 2006, The Hedge Fund Journal has hosted an annual awards ceremony, to recognise the leading service providers to the European hedge fund industry. In 2008, the publication hosted its first awards ceremony in the U.S.

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