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New Managers October 2012

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Our October 2012 issue starts with a review of the EManagers indices and of the latest entrants in Opalesque's Emerging Managers database. In Statistics, Peter Urbani shows us how emerging hedge fund managers have continued to outperform the broader hedge fund indices over the past 12 months - always good to know. Fundana looks ......................

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