By Neil Wilson
A steady stream of stories in recent weeks indicates that London looks to be mounting an ever-stronger challenge to New York's traditionally dominant position as the leading center of global hedge funds. From small beginnings only a few years ago, the growth of assets of London-based firms has indeed been impressive. And the outlook for managers based in the United Kingdom continues to look quite positive, notwithstanding some lingering concerns about the tax system - which is raising the prospect of more serious competition from other European centers, such as Switzerland.
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