Christopher Faille

Christopher Faille

Christopher Faille has written on a variety of legal, regulatory, and financial issues for decades. He is the author of "The Decline and Fall of the Supreme Court" (1995), for example, and the coauthor, with David O'Connor, of "Basic Economic Principles" (2000). He was an early reporter with Lipper HedgeWorld and has contributed to Forbes and to the Hedge Fund Law Report.
Hedge Funds

HFs take the long-term, contrarian view on SPACs

Pagaya Technologies will be going public through a SPAC. The deal, announced Wednesday, Sept. 15, values Pagaya, a financial tech…

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Hedge Funds

TCI names candidates for ‘refreshed’ board at Canadian National

In a continuation of TCI Fund Management’s campaign to get more value out of its and its investors’ equity in…

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Hedge Funds

Hohn’s TCI forges ahead in CN/Kansas City Southern campaign

TCI Fund Management has retained Kingsdale Advisors to act as its strategic advisor in its challenge to the Canadian National…

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Investor News

Cambridge Associates makes the case for a robust private markets program

Cambridge Associates, a Boston-based investment consultant, has issued a new report for institutional investors who are still considering an allocation…

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Private Credit

Deerpath expands the direct lending mindset and fan club

Deerpath Capital Management has successfully filled the lending void left by banks in recent years by creating a safe, market-neutral…

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Private Equity

The hard work of democratization in PE/VC land

Greg Bassuk, the chief executive of AXS Investments, is riding a wave that perhaps began over one-year ago with the…

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CTAs/Managed Futures

New TrueRisk funds to take on the ‘long-only’ monotony

TrueRisk Capital plans to launch a commodity pool offering at the end of the month. That will be the company's…

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CTAs/Managed Futures

Long-bias bulls to invest in China’s shops via new trend index

The new MSR China Trend-Plus Index, from New Jersey index advisory firm MSR Indices, models the historical returns investors could…

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Private Credit

Transparency versus privacy: Privacy loses a round in California

A bill to protect the privacy of potential borrowers in private debt deals, formally California Assembly Bill 386, died in…

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Private Equity

To Wall Street and beyond: A look at the new space race backed by SPACs

Last Sunday the world got a feel for what space tourism has to offer, but the assets flowing into the…

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