It’s been a tough year so far in the markets. So how have hedge funds been doing in this new bear market? Well, so far, not too bad.
Updated amendments to Reg 28 offer pension funds clarity and regulatory certainty, write Elena Ilkova and Kate Rushton at RMB.
HedgeNews Africa talks to Adam Reeves from Absa Fund-Linked Solutions about the nuts and bolts of its Note programme.
Assets in rand-based hedge funds grew by 12.5% to R63.13 billion from R56.1 billion the year before, according to the latest HNA asset survey
Outsourcing middle- and back-office operations can help unlock “agility-on-demand”, writes Enfusion's Dan Jacobs
Hedge fund industry grows assets to R86.93 billion in an environment of fund consolidation and regulatory constraints, according to ASISA
Grayswan notes that its clients' hedge fund allocations have outperformed the markets over the past three years and with much reduced volatility
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So here we are in 2022 – and are we back to déjà vu again for hedge funds? It is perhaps strange after a year in 2020 when hedge funds – according to most investors – performed well through the early phase of the Covid pandemic. But suddenly it seems the value of hedge funds is back in question. Again.
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