MARHEDGE is a semi-monthly financial newsletter. It was first circulated in 1994,[1] originally under the name HEDGE.[2] The journal has also gone by the name Managed Account Reports LLC.[3]

After leaving the magazine, former managing editor Michael Ocrant said that he and the magazine's staff were misled by industry insiders regarding many accounts, including Bernie Madoff's.[4]

The magazine was involved in several large audits of the hedge fund industry,[5] as well as reporting on other major events in the industry, such as the creation of Hedge Funds care, a charity created with the aim of ending child abuse. [6] [7]

See also

  • Madoff investment scandal


  1. ^ Wood, Laura (October 12), "Research and Markets: Marhedge- Analysis of Global Hedge Fund, Fund of Funds and Managed Futures Markets", M2 Presswire, 
  2. ^ "MARHEDGE". Research and Markets. Retrieved November 1, 2009. 
  3. ^ Jordan, Brian (September 19), "Hedge funds take losses after Katrina drives big moves in spark spreads, power spreads", Power Markets Week: 1, 
  4. ^ Ocrant, Michael (December 21), "I rang the alarm bells seven years ago but people kept rushing to invest;", The Sunday Times: 2, 
  5. ^ Avery, Helen (November), "AI market round-up: Bling bling! - how managers blow their money", Euromoney: 2, 
  6. ^ Waldie, Paul (November 10), "Hedge funds try hand at charity fundraising", The Globe and Mail: 1, 
  7. ^ Engel, Amoryn (November 25), "Loadsa dough for the kids: Hedge Funds Care: Hedge-fund experts get together to fight child abuse", National Post's Financial Post & FP Investing: 1,