Will Calpers’ Hedge Fund Flight Spook Other Public Pensions?
Most investors appear unlikely to follow suit in the near term, according to hedge fund experts.
Hedge Funds Buoyed in First Half by Private Wealth Allocations
Hedge fund managers may be feeling competitive pressure for investor assets, but their fundraising is thriving.
Global Investors Keen on Hedge Funds in Second Half
Global institutional investors are gung-ho about hedge funds going into the second half of 2014, Credit Suisse reported Thursday.
Midsize Hedge Funds Outperformed in 2013
Hedge funds with $100 million to $999 million in assets beat bigger and smaller funds last year, Preqin found.
Hedge Funds Recover From Red-Ink January: Preqin
Hedge funds gained 1.7% in February, Preqin reported, calling January's slump a "temporary blip."
Investors Eager to Make More Hedge Fund Plays
Investors are hungry for hedge funds this year after they gained 11% in 2013.
Big Hedge Funds Moonlight as Asset Managers in Bid for New Business
Hedge funds are expanding into the broader asset management industry in order to meet new demand from institutional investors, according to a new study.
Institutions Using More Hedge Funds Since Lehman Crash
Rarely thought of as risk reducers by the general public, hedge funds are a big draw for institutions seeking to, well, hedge.