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New report uncovers notable differences between views of Asian institutional investors and those of rest of the world

Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Global ARC (Global Absolute Return Congress) together with Preqin, the world’s leading research firm covering the alternative investment sector, produced a report entitled "Preqin/Global ARC Study of Asian Institutional Hedge Fund Investments."

Using in-depth surveys with key members of the Asian institutional community, Preqin assesses several aspects of the Asia-Pacific hedge fund industry today. The resulting report examines how hedge funds have performed for their Asian investors over the past 12 months and how those investors expect them to perform in 2012.

It also uncovers some notable differences between the views of Asian institutional investors and those of the rest of the world pertaining to hedge fund terms and conditions. Some of these views have already resulted in tangible change to the way that hedge funds deliver their services to Asian institutional investors.

View the full report here: www.preqin.com/docs/reports/Preqin_Global_ARC_Asia-Pacific_Hedge_Funds_Report.pdf

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