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Preqin says growth in Asia Pacific credit markets should create opportunities for local credit hedge funds

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Beverly Chandler, Opalesque London: A new study from Preqin finds that the Asia Pacific hedge fund industry is dominated by long/short equity hedge funds. The study reveals that these types of funds make up over 40% of the funds managed by hedge fund managers from the region, while various forms of credit-based hedge fund strategies combined, such as long/short credit and fixed income, make up only 19% of the funds in the region. However, the study finds, as the Asia Pacific credit markets continue to mature, opportunities abound for the region’s hedge fund industry to further expand into the credit space.

The report says: "Asia Pacific credit markets are poised for another vibrant year, with factors that drove the record-breaking credit issuances in 2012 still in place. Interest rates remain low in the region, and governments such as China are moving to reform their credit markets in order to support their development. Corporate credit and high yield are also expected to remain high and are widely anticipated to be the next growth engine of a deepening Asia Pacific credit market. An expansion of the region’s credit markets will mean ample trading opportunities for credit-focused hedge funds in the region."

Investors in the Asia Pacific region remain yield hungry which on top of increased trading options is another ......................

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