23 May 2011
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Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley still lead, but big increases for Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and UBS leave the top five more closely matched than ever
It may seem strange to invest in a beleaguered economy and to run a Japan fund from Oslo, but Trond Hermansen’s Sector Zen fund is often to be found top of the AsiaHedge league tables
China managers are breaking free from their pre-crisis stigma of beta chasers and evolving as sophisticated hedge fund managers
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