Half Of Hedge Fund Employees Pretty Sure Their Competitors Are Up To No Good

They’re also pretty sure a fair amount of their colleagues have an elastic view of securities laws.

Almost half of hedge-fund professionals believe their competitors are engaged in illegal activity and more than a third say they have felt pressure to break rules at work, according to an online survey released Tuesday. Meanwhile, 30% of respondents said they had witnessed misconduct on the job. The survey, conducted by the polling organization ORC International, reflects the views of 127 hedge-fund industry professionals over the age of 18.

[Deal Journal, FINalternatives]

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8 Responses to “Half Of Hedge Fund Employees Pretty Sure Their Competitors Are Up To No Good”

  1. DingALing says:

    What hedge fund is run by people less than 18 years old is my question. Also, what qualifies as "misconduct"? Insider trading misconduct or lighting someones balls on fire misconduct? Very dfiferent things here

  2. YouThinkIAmFunny says:

    "The men at the cabstand were not like anyone else from the neighborhood," Pileggi wrote. "He had watched them double-park their cars and never get tickets, even when they parked smack in front of a fire hydrant."

  3. Danker_Banker says:

    The more insinuation of dirty dealings to gain unfair advantage, the more LP's are quietly increasing their allocations to HF's. And why not?

  4. Yaniv Vaknin says:

    So are 90% of the public. what's your point?

    Tell us something we don't already know.