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Index replication has gained momentum recently to meet a different set of portfolio objectives than pure passive indexation, which attempts to achieve low (even, perhaps, zero) tracking errors versus a benchmark using large portfolios of cash instruments. The aim of index replication is not to match exactly the performance of a given index, but to generate returns close to the index with low trading costs and high liquidity. Indeed, while passive indexation may be appropriate for large and long-term allocations, there are many investors for whom some degree of tracking error is perfectly tolerable. For example, consider a ...
Legislation creating a new reporting and taxing regime for foreign financial institutions with US account holders is almost certain to be part of any jobs bill that passes Congress in the next few months. The legislation adds a new Chapter 4 to the Internal Revenue Code, which would essentially require foreign financial institutions, which are broadly defined to include hedge funds and other private funds, to identify from among all of their customers any US persons and any US-owned foreign entities and then report to the IRS on all payments to, or activity in the accounts of, such persons. Read More
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