Nominations open for European FoHF awards 2013

Europe’s only awards aimed exclusively at fund of hedge funds are now accepting entries. The awards recognise the best FoHFs with a substantial presence in Europe


Europe’s funds of hedge funds (FoHFs) industry continues to recover from the aftermath of the financial crisis and fallout from Madoff. The trend is towards more customised and sophisticated bespoke offerings.

Reflecting this changing environment, Hedge Funds Review is launching the 12th Annual European Fund of Hedge Funds Awards 2013. The categories this year for one-year performance focuses on more specialised FoHF offerings such as distressed, fixed income, global macro and others while also offering more broadly specialised and diversified FoHFs awards in long-term performance.

Platforms, a growing part of the European hedge fund industry, will also be highlighted with awards for best managed account, best Ucits-compliant and best overall platform. A separate award covers the importance of seeding.

Qualitative award categories cover innovation and the move to more individual solutions for clients.

Winners will be announced at a black-tie dinner in London on November 21.

More information is available on the European FoHF Awards 2013 website.

To request an entry form, send an email stating which categories you want to enter to Margie Lindsay (+44 (0)20 7316 9440).

Entries close October 4, 2013.

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