Hedge fund allocations on the way up, says Russell

Fri Jul 2, 2010




Hedge fund allocations among global institutional investors are still expected to rise, albeit at a slower rate than in recent years, according to a survey compiled by Russell Investments.

Overall, allocations to hedge funds, now 4.2% of total assets, will rise to 5.7% in the next two years as most institutions boost their allocations to alternatives in general with areas such as infrastructure and private equity also gaining interest. By...

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