Hidden assets come into view

Hidden assets are becoming more popular with institutional investors, with a string of funds based on correlation, variance and dispersion launched over the past few months.

"These implied or hidden assets constitute a niche asset class," says Christophe Baurand, head of sales and marketing for alternative investment products at Lyxor Asset Management in Paris. "The benefit is twofold: first, they are uncorrelated to traditional assets; and second, hidden assets are raw materials that few players

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