Q&A: Bracing For a Fiscal Cliff Fall

Dec 7 2012 | 9:48am ET

Scott Warner's area of expertise is U.S. equities and, by extension, all events affecting U.S. equities. Events like presidential elections, looming tax hikes and spending cuts, and Washington gridlock, the sum total of which is known as the "fiscal cliff."

With the U.S. apparently poised to plunge over that cliff if the re-elected President Barack Obama can't strike a deal with Congressional Republicans, Warner, director of long/short equity strategies at the Pacific Alternative Asset Management Co., took time to discuss his role at the $8 billion fund of hedge funds and the potential ramifications of the U.S. political stalemate with FINalternatives Senior Reporter Mary Campbell.

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