Global institutional demand for hedge funds will triple by 2010, according to a study by the Bank of New York and Casey, Quirk & Associates.
Brian Ruane, executive vice president at the Bank of New York, said: “Broadening acceptance of alternative investments as well as lower expected returns from traditional investments is driving demand for hedge funds among global institutional investors. They are increasingly recognising that hedge fund allocations have provided significant diversification benefits while delivering the net returns they require.”
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