Reportedly, the world's leading institutional investors are preparing to transfer more than $700bn into hedge funds over the next couple of years. Whether or not this amount of investment actually takes place, institutions do seem to be looking more favourably at making allocations to liquid alternative investments from traditional asset classes.
Currently, the preferred path for gaining a diversified exposure is through funds of hedge funds (FoHFs). Generally, the FoHF managers winning
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