David tackles global equity's Goliaths

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With such a broad universe the jury is out on whether global long/short equity funds are best left for the larger, arguably better-resourced institutional sized asset management firms.

Katalin Tischhauser, responsible for marketing at London boutique hedge fund Bruce Nelson Capital, says being a smaller fund can have its own advantages when trading long/short globally.

"It only requires a small number of senior staff to handle the process," she says, "which has the advantage of centralising the

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