Schemes urged to use hedge funds as a 'tool' not an asset class

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Pension funds should look to hedge funds as a "tool" in their portfolio, as a means to diversify and protect against volatility.

At a briefing this morning, Cardano chief investment officer Keith Guthrie discouraged pension funds from seeing hedge funds as an asset class. He said they were not a means of securing absolute...

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