European asset growth peters out as Eurozone crisis casts lengthy shadow
Fri Sep 21, 2012
Growth in CTAs, macro and global equity offsets retreat from European long/short as the Eurozone’s economic and political crisis constrains hedge fund industry growth in Europe
The extent to which Europe’s financial and
political crisis has frozen the growth of the European hedge
fund industry is clear from the latest EuroHedge survey
– which shows that overall assets in European hedge
funds have barely changed over the past 18 months.
The mid-year 2012 asset survey conducted by the EuroHedge
data and research team shows that European hedge fund assets
stood at some $423.7 billion as at the end of June –
down a fraction from their level of $425.2 billion at the start
of this year, and up a fraction from a total of $422.8 billion
at the start of 2011.
Assets managed in onshore UCITS-compliant European hedge
fund-type investment vehicles have also shown virtually no
growth over the past 12 months – standing at $96.2
billion at the end of June against a figure of $95.8 billion a
year ago, although they have...
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