Identifying investor preferences

If performance is a good judge of a hedge fund, then you can't fault First Quadrant's European Market Neutral Fund. Launched in August 2000 with $27m of institutional seed capital, it has returned an enviable 17.67% net during the past year, a year which has been rockier than most to say the least. And now for the first time the fund is opening its doors to new investment. Antiope European Market Neutral fund invests in European mid and large cap stocks using a similar quantitative strategy to

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