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PipeLine Investors, LP

Wednesday, May 02, 2007
In 2005 Mar Hedge ranked PipeLine Investors in the Top 10 Performing Risk Adjusted Funds of Funds in the U.S..

A SQUARE :: 02May07 PipeLine Investors, LP
Category PIPEs
Author Sona Blessing
PipeLine selects managers, they believe, possess either a fundamental edge of initiating transactions with the best companies, or those that are capable of entering transactions that inherently hedge them against price movements in the equity markets
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