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Eurekahedge: Hedge fund assets up by $106 billion in first seven months of 2015

Thursday, August 20, 2015
Opalesque Industry Update - According to August's Eurekahedge report:

  • Hedge fund assets under management have increased by US$106.0 billion in the first seven months of 2015, driven by strong investor inflows totalling US$54.1 billion and roughly US$52 billion coming from performance-based gains.
  • The CBOE Eurekahedge Relative Value Volatility Hedge Fund Index is up 5.12% year-to-date, coming in second place among all hedge fund strategic mandates. Relative value volatility funds have shown great consistency posting annualised returns of 10.33% at a low annualised standard deviation of only 3.75% since 2005.
  • Asia ex-Japan hedge funds lost 2.60% in July as funds with Greater China exposure were among the hardest hit - down 8.49% in July.
  • CTA/managed futures funds have grown their asset base by 16% in 2015 largely on the back of strong capital inflows totalling US$25.6 billion.
  • Multi-strategy funds have grown their asset base by 9.25% in 2015 to reach US$362.4 billion, with performance-driven gains accounting for over half of this gain.
  • North American managers have grown their asset base by US$63.4 billion and are up 3.01% year-to-date.
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www.eurekahedge.com

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