Equity Hedge Funds Lose Assets And Close In Tough Market

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Rupert Hargreaves
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Since the financial crisis, several noticeable trends have developed in the hedge fund world. Two of the most notable have been the shift of assets away from funds of funds into multi-strategy funds and the shift of assets into large $1 billion-plus funds. Both of these trends follow the underperformance of smaller hedge funds and those funds following one specific strategy. Larger hedge funds can offer their investors much more diversification and have a better chance of securing the best talent. Multi-strategy funds have also seen an increase in demand due to their multi-strategy approaches, which have been far more…

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