Fund managers in private equity and hedge funds have discovered advantages on each other's side of the metaphorical fence, leading to overlapping and convergence, but how far will the converging of the two go, what are the drivers, and who will benefit?
TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE
While private-equity investments typically have a time horizon of three to five years, many traditional hedge fund strategies operate on a considerably shorter timeframe. The timescale depends on the hedge fund strategy.
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