Barclays looks to move £175m into hedge funds

Barclays Personal Investment Management (BPIM) may move up to £175m from investors' portfolios into hedge funds in coming months.

It plans to move 3%-5% of funds under management for clients under discretionary agreements into a fund of hedge funds, unless they specifically request to be excluded.

Bruce Russell, head of funds management research at Barclays Private Clients, said the move would broadly be covered by clients' existing discretionary agreements, but the novelty of hedge funds has led

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