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Opalesque Roundup: Global alternative AUM on track to hit $14tn by 2023: hedge fund news, week 06

Monday, February 10, 2020

In the week ending February 07th 2020, a new report showed that global alternative assets under management topped $10 trillion as of June 30 and are on track to exceed $14 trillion by 2023.

The report also said that hedge fund performance improved in 2019, but long-term returns lag behind public indices. The Preqin All-Strategies Hedge Fund benchmark returned a net 11.45% in 2019, only the second time in six years that performance has hit double digits.

In new launches, Cindicator Capital has launched a new multi-strategy fund focused on cryptocurrencies and digital assets; Spring Lake, Michigan-based Frifeldt Investment Council has launched three strategies based on portfolio manager Keith Frifeldt's approach to relative value; New York City-headquartered real estate investment management firm Edge Principal Advisors announced the final closing of its fourth real......................

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