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"Citco News & Events." In The News . 2 June 2011. Web. http://www.citco.com/News_Events_Details.jsp?newsCode=3P45G2L12 (accessed June 14, 2011). Farias, Christopher. 2005. "Hedge Fund Administrators Forge Way for Timely NAVs." Money Management Executive 13, no. 2: 4-14. Business Source Complete , EBSCO host (accessed June 10, 2011). Fitzsimons, Clare. Personal interview. 8 June 2011. Gambhir, Udit. 2009. "Fund administration in the alternative investment industry: Administrator selection and best practices." 2, no. 1: 63-74. Business Source Complete , EBSCO host (accessed June 10, 2011). Kentouris, Chris. 2004. "Climate Change For Hedge Funds." Securities Industry News 16, no. 33: 12-18. Business Source Complete , EBSCO host (accessed June 10, 2011). Kentourib, Chris. 2006. "Hedge Fund Administrators: The Big Get Bigger." Securities Industry News 18, no. 19: 12-13. Business Source Complete , EBSCO host (accessed June 10, 2011). Kite, Shane. 2006. "Administrators Decentralize Outside Dublin. (cover story)." Securities Industry News 18, no. 8: 19. Business Source Complete , EBSCO host (accessed June 10, 2011). Lindsay, M. . 2011. “Mapping the future.” Hedge Funds Review , February 1, 26-27. http://www.proquest.com/ (accessed June 10, 2011). McVea, Hany. 2008. "Hedge fund administrators and asset valuations - does it all add up?." 16, no. 2: 130-141. Business Source Complete , EBSCO host (accessed June 10, 2011). Oliver, Emmet, and Donal O'Donovan. "Ireland Inc Could Hedge Its Bets With Fund Administration Growth." Irish Independent [Dublin] 19 May 2011: 7. Print. Survey results also showed that over 96% of hedge fund assets globally employ third-party administration services. "Hedge Fund Administrators Forge Way for Timely NAVs." While the trading scandal has put an increasing demand on mutual funds to provide more accurate fair valuation on their portfolios, hedge funds are also under increasing pressure to reveal their net asset values (NAVs) on a more timely basis. Interview with Christopher Farias, Senior Director of Investors Bank & Trust
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Monthly and quarterly net asset valuations have been the industry norm, with many providers making their clients wait three to four weeks after the end of the month for a NAV. Nonetheless, we are seeing increasing pressure for more frequent and timely delivery, with some regulators and industry critics now pushing for daily net asset valuations. …First, Institutional investors’ increased interest in hedge funds has translated to higher demand for more efficient operational support in all phases of the securities processing lifecycle, including valuations. Second, after completing its own report on the hedge fund industry, the Securities and Exchange Commission has become increasingly concerned about how hedge fund managers value their portfolio assets. The recent adoption of the new hedge fund advisor rule reflects the growing trend toward greater regulatory scrutiny. …Regulators and consultants have been fairly vocal in calling for independent pricing of
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