Investor cash flows into hedge funds exploiting complex structured credit strategies

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Hedge funds trading structured credit products are widely tipped to generate strong returns in 2012 as improving fundamentals and residual price dislocations continue to offer opportunities for managers.

Structured credit encompasses a wide range of potential investments, from securities backed by pools of residential and commercial mortgages (RMBS and CMBS) to collateralised loan obligations (CLOs) and consumer asset-backed securities (ABS) referencing credit card debt and auto loans.

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