Hedge funds shoot past $2 trillion

Fri Mar 30, 2007



By Neil Wilson

According to the databases maintained by the HedgeFund Intelligence research and data team, aggregate assets of global hedge funds have for the first time breached the landmark level of $2 trillion. That is the remarkable conclusion of our first-ever Global Review, which you should be receiving this month as well as this April edition of Absolute Return.

Subscribers have been asking me for some time whether we could take all the data resources of our various titles - including EuroHedge, the most authoritative source of information on European funds, and AsiaHedge, similarly well regarded in Asia - together with what we produce regularly in Absolute Return, and give the full global picture. We also have quite accurate information now on the small but fast-growing South African market, and on global funds of funds through InvestHedge, though we still have only partial data on some other small but...

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