Equity, event-driven lead the way as new funds raise $6bn in H1 2015

October 2015
Euro Hedge;10/12/2015, p1
Trade Publication
At least 56 new offshore and onshore European hedge funds launched in the first half of this year, with most assets being raised by global equity, European equity and event-driven funds


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