London's Key Asset Management has built a number of successful niches for itself in strategy and regionally specific funds of hedge funds, moving into single strategy multi-manager products in some cases years ahead of their competition.
While Key's activities extend beyond these products - 25% of its assets are in niche FoHFs - two products have caught the eye with recent performance and future promise.
These could be said to have hit "sweet spots," benefiting from what Chris Jones, Key AM's
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