Many investors who were burned during 2008 have been reluctant to return to hedge funds until now.
Individuals and institutions which were previously in hedge funds are starting to allocate to them again. Many of these investors are using managed accounts to invest in order to give them a greater level of control over their money, according to Martin Fothergill, a managing director at Deutsche Bank.
He believes investors re-entering hedge funds will be a key source of growth for Deutsche Bank's
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