Fohfs turning to managed accounts

Smith, Amanda
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/11/2009, p24
The article reports on the growth of fund of hedge fund (FohF) managers switching to managed accounts in Great Britain. It reveals that the move was brought by the transparency and liquidity of the funds which meet the needs and demands of investors. In addition, it is believed that managed accounts are less exposed to risks compared to funds.


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