Hedge fund managers shun idea of running UK pension funds

tete a tete: pension legislation

Was it the answer to some hedge fund managers' dreams - to run UK pension portfolios, not just win 5% allocations, but actually run them. Such pension schemes would be those already in trouble, but they could be large and the UK regulator was said to be ready to float the idea. But hedge funds, as Hedge Funds Review found out, are neither amused, nor overly enthused...

this house holds: hedge funds should be allowed to take on the assets of struggling uk pension funds

The FSA and pension regulator

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