93% of investors considering hedge fund increase - survey

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GLOBAL - Some 93% of institutional hedge fund investors are considering increasing their allocation to the asset class over the next three years, suggesting a "significant" inflow of capital to come, research by Preqin suggests.

A survey by the data provider found just 7% of institutional investors already committed to the asset class had ruled out plans to increase their allocation. The study also revealed 30% of insti...

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