Friday's Headlines: Hedge Fund Bonuses Could Rise

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Hedge fund bonuses could rise 5 percent this year, according to a new report. [HedgeFund.net]

Wells Fargo has launched a hedge fund and private equity administration service, and is adding staff in accounting and portfolio servicing. [Marketwatch]

Standard Chartered could increase headcount in derivatives and sales by 10 percent next year to manage opportunities in commodities. [Bloomberg]

MBA talent is once again in demand, with placement rates bouncing back from recession lows. But salaries are flat, and signing bonuses scarce.

[Businessweek]

U.S. business schools are increasing their recruiting efforts overseas in order to overcome lower enrollment among foreign students. [WSJ]

Given the uptick in investigations by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, could the need to staff up be far behind? [NY Times]

Insurance M&A activity may be on the upswing, as MetLife's acquisition of Alico underscores.[Businesswire]

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