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Inside A Hedge Fund: An Interview With The Managing Partner Of Maverick Capital

What should a company do when a hedge fund shows up among its investors?

The following are highlights from an article in "The McKinsey Quarterly," a publication of McKinsey & Co., an content provider:


Executives at public companies often worry about the influence wielded by hedge funds — often out of concern that an activist investor will impose unwanted changes. But hedge fund investment strategies are as diverse as any population of investors — and some fund managers are interested in the same things any other investor would be. They also can share their insights to help companies create more shareholder value. 

Authors Richard Dobbs and Tim Koller, partner's at McKinsey, spoke with Maverick Capital's managing partner, Lee Ainslie, to get a better picture of how some hedge funds operate.

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