Hedge fund managers offer their client investors absolute return strategies which are supposed to be uncorrelated with major market indices. Depending on their strategies, their risk profile follows patterns that are well understood by educated investors. They strongly depend on the trust relation established with their investors. Should their performance not meet expectations when they are positive, or experience unexpected draw downs, investors would be prompt to redeem their investment. Accurately communicating their risks and ensuring that no unexpected loss or correlation occurs is their guarantee against losing investors. Hedge fund managers are in absolute need of a complete, accurate and an updated picture/snapshot of their risks, not only to ascertain their performances, but also to maintain the trust with their investors.