It’s official: Hedge fund industry assets are growing again. Maybe.
|Apr 5th, 2010 | Filed under: Hedge Fund Industry Trends, Today's Post | By: AAA Staff||
For many years the best guessing game in the hedge fund business was figuring out exactly how many hedge fund firms were out there in the world, and how much in combined assets under management they held of investors’ money.
For the financial press and others, the best way to do that was to add up the number of funds reporting into the nearly dozen or so various hedge fund databases around the globe, take a stab at figuring out which ones were feeders, which ones were parri-passu “clones” and which ones had, in fact, fallen off the wagon and shuttered, and come up with a rough total. More…
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