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CTA

(Consumer Technology Association, Arlington, VA, www.ce.org) The trade association that sponsors the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held annually in Las Vegas. In 2015, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) was renamed CTA. See CES and consumer electronics.
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That's because manager selection, especially of the increasingly popular commodity trading advisors, is very difficult.
ACA serves a diverse base of investment advisers, private fund managers, commodity trading advisors, investment companies, broker-dealers, and banks.
Hedge funds like commodity trading advisors are shorting through some of the European brokerages," said Norihiro Fujito, senior investment strategist at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities.
The event will be attended by more than 1000 delegates including hedge fund advisors, commodity trading advisors, fund of funds, institutional investors and service providers to the alternative investment industry
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Based in London, he will oversee sales for Hotspot in both the UK and continental Europe, covering Hotspot's client base of banks, hedge funds, institutions, commodity trading advisors and corporates.
The CFTC order requires MCM, MCA and MA, all of whom are CFTC registrants, jointly and severally, to pay a $25 million civil monetary penalty and restricts their registrations as Commodity Pool Operators and/or Commodity Trading Advisors for three years.
Gregoriou (finance, SUNY, Plattsburgh) and Zhu (operations, Worcester Polytechnic Institute) explain the theory and principles of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), a quantitative approach to assessing hedge fund performance and commodity trading advisors.
Hedge Funds summarizes the academic research on hedge funds and commodity trading advisors.
With offices in North America, Europe and Asia, FlexTrade has a worldwide client base spanning more than 200 buy-side and sell-side firms, including many of the largest hedge funds, asset managers, commodity trading advisors, investment banks and institutional brokers.