Many commentators believe the hedge fund industry is faced with increasing capacity constraints, but to what limits are they referring? We suggest discussions of hedge fund capacity should consider a number of issues, including; the level of trading opportunities in a particular strategy; the total number of players in a strategy; as well as concerns at a fund level, such as resource constraints.
Over time, numerous industry surveys have taken a shot at estimating capacity. In 2001, a survey
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