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  2. Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO provided information on Long Term Capital Management (LTCM) funds, focusing on: (1) how LTCM's positions became large and leveraged enough to be deemed a potential systemic threat; (2) what federal regulators knew about LTCM and when they found out about its problems; (3) what the extent of coordination among regulators was; and (4) whether regulatory ...

  3. UTRGV | What Is Capital Management?

    Short-term funds, with higher interest rates, fund the costs of the current cycle, and “long-term funds are utilized only to finance fixed assets and a part of the permanent working capital.” As eFinance Management points out, this strategy “saves the interest cost at the cost of high risk.”

  4. Long‐Term Capital Management case study: The role of ...

    J. Butler, E. Lee, C. Prevalsky, J. Zhao LTCM1 Proposal v. 4 2 Background John Meriwether and other founding principals Before diving into the set of events that contribute to the rise and fall of Long‐Term Capital Management,

  5. Long-Term Capital Management, L.P. (A) - HBR Store

    Long-Term Capital Management, L.P. (LTCM) was in the business of engaging in trading strategies to exploit market pricing discrepancies. Because the firm employed strategies designed to make money over long horizons--from six months to two years or more--it adopted a long--term financing structure designed to allow it to withstand short-term market fluctuations.

  6. What We Can Learn From The Long Term Capital Management Hedge ...

    Long-Term Capital Partners was founded in 1993 by John Meriwether, who previously worked as the head of fixed income trading at Salomon Brothers. Even after being forced to leave Salomon in 1991 due to the firm’s treasury auction rigging scandal (another marker buoy), Meriwether maintained huge loyalty from a team of highly respected relative ...

  7. Hedge Funds and the Collapse of Long-Term Capital Management

    The Fed-engineered rescue of Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM) in September 1998 set off alarms throughout financial markets about the activities of hedge funds and the stability of financial markets in general. With only $4.8 billion in equity, LTCM managed to leverage itself to the hilt by borrowing more than $125 billion from banks and ...

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