Global Review update (Autumn 2007)
Having passed the landmark level of $2 trillion only last January, assets under management in global hedge funds have already soared to almost $2.5 trillion, according to our latest analysis of the HedgeFund Intelligence database and our associated midyear surveys
Scandinavia: Setting the pace in Europe
During the two years since our last special report on Scandinavian hedge funds, the regional industry has enjoyed remarkable growth. The wide range of strategies and innovative products continue to draw domestic institutional and retail investors, while the outside investment world is increasingly waking up to the specific advantages that can be found within the individual hedge fund markets of Scandinavia.
Singapore: A hedge fund market blossoms
The Singapore hedge fund industry has finally arrived. After a slow and steady build-up over the past few years, the assets of locally headquartered hedge funds managed from the city state have really taken off over the past year.
Global Review 2007
The pace of growth throughout the global hedge fund industry has been nothing less than astonishing. It seems like only yesterday that everyone marvelled at how the industry accounted for an amazing $1 trillion in assets. Yet, as our data section here reveals, for the first time, global hedge fund assets have now raced on a lot further - and soared to over $2 trillion. And there is no sign of any slowdown yet in this dramatic rate of growth.