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Mind the gap

14 April 2005 By Chris Hughes

Banks that provide capital guarantees for hedge funds are limiting their exposure by buying insurance from investors eager for yield. That fits with a regulatory push to reduce banks exposure to socalled catastrophe risk. But banks should take care who the risk goes to.

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