Funds of funds surge back into credit

Lured by the return of relative value, funds of funds are once again investing in credit. In these troubled times, they argue that the diversification of their strategies offers safer investments than single-manager credit hedge funds. Nikki Marmery reports

Funds of hedge funds are returning to the credit markets, tempted by the prospect of juicy relative value following the summer's repricing. Having shown little interest in credit over the past five years, favouring instead more volatile markets in global equities and commodities, funds of funds are now once again raising capital to invest in credit hedge funds.

NewFinance Capital, Financial Risk Management and Thames River Capital were among the firms raising money for credit or fixed-income

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