Institutional demand for emerging market hedge funds in 2011 is set to rise if corporate governance practices become more robust and provide higher levels of transparency, predicts BNY Mellon.
BNY Mellon said it expects a boom in institutional demand for emerging market alternatives in 2011 if corporate governance practices develop in the region.
Until recently investors have been wary of emerging markets due to volatility issues. This is particularly true of Asian markets. The HFRI Emerging
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