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HedgeNordic Industry Report 2016

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Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – The global hedge fund industry has experienced a tough period during the last couple of years. Not only has performance been uninspiring, but large institutional investors are also showing signs of redeeming their hedge fund allocations.

The HedgeNordic review of 2015 and lookout for the remainder of 2016 of the Nordic hedge fund industry shows a somewhat different picture. While Nordic hedge funds, like their international peers, have faced a  a challenging environment in terms of generating any meaningful returns, they have still managed to significantly outperform global benchmarks. In terms of asset flows, the Nordic industry also remain upbeat, with the largest managers growing quickly.

There have also been a number of interesting new launches, read all about them in our annual review of the Nordic hedge fund industry here: Industry Report 2016


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