Funds of hedge funds (FoHFs) are at a turning point, as they shift towards a multi-strategy, multi-asset investment house model centred on access to more in-depth data. Franklin Templeton Investments-owned K2 Advisors is embracing this trend, especially in the liquid alternatives space.
David Saunders, founding managing director at the Connecticut-based firm, which has assets under management (AUM) of more than $10 billion, says the industry has seen a sea change in recent years.
For 15 years K2
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