There are two main types of vehicles through which investment into alternative assets is made available ' through an open-ended fund, either single or multi-manager, or through closed-ended funds of hedge funds.
The fundamental difference is that closed-ended funds offer tradeable shares, providing investors with liquidity and the ability to buy and sell shares to other investors through a stock exchange, with no subscription or redemption notice necessary.
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