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Investors expect more from hedge funds in 2017 as performance improves

Almost three quarters of investors expect their hedge fund portfolios to perform better in 2017 compared with 2016. Performance-based gains are expected to drive industry assets to reach $3.14tn by year-end.

Investors set to keep capital flowing into hedge funds as strategy preferences change

Hedge funds are back in favour with investors. A 3.5 per cent increase in new inflows during 2017 is forecast in the 2017 Credit Suisse hedge fund investor survey.

Man GLG launches global long/short fund dedicated to sectors vulnerable to innovation and change

GLG, the discretionary hedge fund management arm of Man Group, has launched GLG Innovation Equity Alternative.

Tortoise Capital Advisors launches Ucits infrastructure fund as credit side offers 40 Act

Tortoise Capital Advisors, an investment manager specialising in listed energy investing, has the launched Tortoise North American Energy Infrastructure Fund.

Most hedge fund performance disappoints in February while CTAs maintain upward trend

Although the hedge fund industry improved on losses of 2.69 per cent in January, collectively they posted a negative performance of 0.06 per cent in February, according to data from Preqin.

Cohen & Steers launches global infrastructure fund

Real assets investment manager Cohen & Steers has launched a global infrastructure Ucits fund.

Pension funds increase allocations to alternatives and boost foreign investment through fund structures

Pension funds are boosting allocations on a global scale to alternatives away from equities and bonds. At the same time pension funds are also increasingly looking beyond their borders for investment opportunities.

Luxembourg finance minister warns funds industry of more scrutiny as fintech threatens to disrupt sector

Investment funds are on the radar of the G20, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). They will play a key role in the future vis-à-vis economic stability and in the world economy, said Luxembourg’s finance minister Pierre Gramegna.