Deutsche responds to shifting investor demands for managed accounts

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Use of managed accounts by hedge fund investors is changing. As the investor base becomes more institutional, there is also a growing demand from private banks and family offices for a way to invest in hedge funds that does not expose them to the same risks as a commingled fund and at the same time offers more transparency.

The reasons for investing through a managed account are also evolving and broadening. “We are seeing reporting becoming a much more important area. The bank can provide

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