Hedge fund information for investors is often based on manual processes, rather than automated or electronic methods. This is because there is no electronic dissemination of market data or comprehensive data vendors available. For example, fund prices are frequently distributed by email or fax. This is easy and cheap, but not secure.
This lack of secure information creates a major headache for administrators and investors. Manually processing hundreds or thousands of pieces of information and col
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