PRIME BROKER SURVEY: Goldman still tops in a fast-changing hedge fund world post-2008

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Goldman Sachs is the biggest prime broker in the global hedge funds business, both by mandates and by client assets, according to the first-ever global survey of the prime broking market. The survey covers an unprecedented amount of more than $1.6 trillion of assets under management. DATA INCLUDES: Americas, European, Asian and Global hedge fund prime brokerage mandates

NEIL WILSON, MANAGING EDITOR, HEDGEFUND INTELLIGENCE

Contents
INTRODUCTION: Modest rise in global assets belies the struggle for performance
US/AMERICAS: Never confuse motion with action
EUROPE: Managers remain on trial in pivotal time for the industry
ASIA: Multi-strategy funds retain and strengthen their position
GLOBAL ASSETS: Hedge fund assets edge up again despite weak returns
GLOBAL BILLION DOLLAR CLUB: Trend toward consolidation continues
PRIME BROKER SURVEY: Goldman still tops in a fast-changing hedge fund world post-2008
NEW FUNDS: Assets slide in first half
INDUSTRY OUTLOOK SURVEY: Leading specialists assess key