Consultants “a one-way challenge” to funds of hedge funds

But advisers add little value, select large under-performing funds

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At the time of the financial crisis, funds of hedge funds’ (FoHF) assets under management fell from around $800 billion in 2007 to $590 billion in 2008. It has barely recovered since: FoHFs managed $660 billion at the end of 2013, according to Hedge Fund Research, a data collator, that counts about 700 FoHFs that have simply disappeared. At the same time, investment consultants have muscled in and taken much of the industry’s business.

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