‘Covid-19 fallout creates opportunity in alternative assets,’ says UBS CIO
Covid-19 to boost performance of 2018/19 vintage years but depress others
Some 26% of institutional investors worldwide plan to increase their hedge fund exposure in 2015 while only 16% will cut their allocation.
Institutional investors are more dissatisfied with the charging structures of infrastructure funds than those in any other alternative asset class, according to a survey by data provider Preqin
Solid performance and inflows have bolstered assets in US hedge funds by $150bn this year, following a difficult period for returns and fundraising, a report finds
Hedge funds with performance fees in excess of the traditional “two-and-twenty” model generated the highest returns and lowest volatility over the past three years, according to data provider Preqin.
Funds with low fees account for three-quarters of assets under management in the alternative Ucits sector, indicating costs are a key consideration for “hedge fund-lite” investors
As the deadline expires for European Union members to implement the AIFMD into their national law, a survey shows that two-fifths of hedge funds have not yet acted to comply with the regime
Demand for Ucits-structured hedge funds is likely to grow over the next year, according to data provider Preqin