There is little capacity problem in the hedge fund market, especially for investors with money that managers believe will be around for the long-term. Sticky money and investors who want a relationship with the manager can even get closed funds to accept assets, said speakers at the recent Euromoney London hedge fund conference.
However, some investors are experiencing problems ensuring capacity is available as they chase a small pool of experienced managers.
Stephen Lowe, investment consultant to
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