Sowing the seed

As the interest in alternatives continues to grow, so does the role of incubutators, who play a pivotal role in getting hedge funds up and running

As we see more money pouring into hedge funds, incubators are busier than ever developing up-and-coming funds.

The alternative investment asset class has seen a 20-fold appreciation over the past decade and, as such, attention is focusing more on these strategies.

First, let us define what an incubator is. It is essentially a venture capital (VC) company, which invests money, time and professional resources into ensuring the success of emerging new enterprises, within a specific arena — in this

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