The MSCI hedge fund indexes are organised according to the MSCI Hedge Fund Classification Standard, which groups funds according to their investment process, asset class and geography. The indexes break down the fund groupings according to specific characteristics. For example, a fund can be classified as a merger arbitrage, equity, developing markets, North America fund and grouped with other funds sharing similar characteristics. The new indexes only include hedge funds with more than $15
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