An absorbing business for credit hedge funds

Predictions of lasting change are never far away in times of market crisis. The current credit crisis has already claimed a host of victims, including banks, long-only managers and, not least, credit hedge funds, and some believe that things will never be the same again. Markus Kroll, managing director at Zurich-based structured credit investment advisor, Palomar Capital Advisors, says that in the last year around 40% of the 200-odd structured credit funds in the company's database have

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