Investors are predicting a fourfold year-on-year increase in
inflows into hedge funds in 2011, according to Deutsche
Bank’s ninth annual Alternative Investment Survey.
The results, released this week, show investors predicting more
than $200 billion in net inflows this year, compared with $50
billion in 2010. This would take industry assets beyond their
pre-crisis peak, to an all-time high of $2.2 trillion.
More than half of investors added to their hedge fund
exposures last year, according to the survey. Furthermore the
results show that investors are not only looking to add further
to their hedge...