Over the past 18 months there has been a sea change in the attitude of European institutional investors towards hedge fund investing. Formerly the preserve of high-net-worth individuals, hedge funds are now attracting increasing attention from pension funds and other institutional investors, intrigued by their lack of correlation with traditional stock markets and the possibility of high returns. Indeed, according to one recent survey1, over half of European institutions either invest ...
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