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There Have Been Better Times To Be In, Get Into The Hedge Fund Industry Than Last Year

FYI.

New hedge fund launches declined to their lowest level in three years in 2013 even as total hedge fund industry capital ended the year at a record $2.62 trillion. New hedge fund launches totaled 1,060 for 2013, the lowest level since 935 funds launched in 2010, according the latest HFR Market Microstructure Industry Report…Hedge fund liquidations increased to their highest level since 2009, with 904 funds closing during 2013, exceeding the 873 that liquidated in 2012 but trailing the 1,023 from 2009..”Despite the modest and encouraging normalization of data on capital inflows by firm size though year end, data on launches and liquidations suggests the capital raising environment for mid- to small hedge funds continues to be challenging,” stated Kenneth J. Heinz, President of HFR. “As the scope and audience for new hedge fund products continues to expand, new funds are faced with the combined challenges of generating performance to attract investors while offering comprehensive, institutional infrastructure, competitive fee terms and attracting investment professionals necessary to expand the business franchise.

New Hedge Fund Launches Fall As Top HFRI Performers Surge [HFR PR]

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4 Responses to “There Have Been Better Times To Be In, Get Into The Hedge Fund Industry Than Last Year”

  1. Shaz's beard says:

    Shazzy nailed it, only 3 letters but still before noon. The link might even work too.

  2. Shizznet says:

    LOL

  3. London Banker says:

    "There Have Been Better Times To Be In, Get Into The Hedge Fund Industry Than Last Year"

    Umm… what?

  4. UBS sucks guy says:

    "And for the ladies, FYI means something different…."

    -Shazzy by Nature