Carlyle on the hunt for managed accounts, hedge funds of funds

Jacobius, Arleen
May 2011
Pensions & Investments;5/16/2011, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p4
The article offers information on Washington-based private equity firm, Carlyle Group LLC's plan to add managed accounts and hedge funds of funds to its investment strategies. It is stated that the firm has been making investments across the world aimed at supplementing its investment lineup in response to demand from its clients. As stated, the company has added at least six new mostly liquid investment strategies and has expanded its private equity investments to new emerging markets.


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