Growth in the hedge fund industry has come with a significant increase in merger and acquisition activity in the last three years.
While some firms have proved prize buys, others have been difficult to sell or seen problems arise after the deal was completed.
For any firm looking for a buyer or any buyer looking for a firm to acquire, the key to making a company desirable is retaining its value after the deal is complete. While that is true of hedge funds, the nature of the industry throws up
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