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Sub-Billion Dollar Funds Attract Interest As Performance Improves

According to figures from Eurekahedge, between January 2013 and June 2017, hedge funds managing $1 billion or more have attracted around $160 billion in cumulative investor inflows while over the same period sub-billion dollar hedge funds have attracted around $100 billion in new investor cash.

Sub-billion dollar funds seem to have avoided much of the wider industry downturn with assets in this bracket remaining relatively stable between June 2016 and December 2016 when billion dollar hedge funds reported steep investor redemptions totaling $79.4 billion. As of June 2017, billion dollar hedge funds have seen inflows of $31 . . .


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