Last year, 2004, was monumental for the hedge fund industry, with global assets-under-management estimated to have surpassed the $1trillion mark for the first time.1
One implication of this rapid growth is that it has become increasingly difficult to determine where on the quality spectrum a particular hedge fund lies. In this context, the due diligence process has become ever more important.
As with any analysis of an investment opportunity set, the process of information gathering, assessme
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