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14 Apr. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: More hedge funds with market beating returns in 2018 become known: hedge fund news, week 14 [more]
07 Apr. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: The new economics of start-up hedge funds: hedge fund news, week 13 [more]
30 Mar. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: New hedge fund launches hit an 18-year low in 2018: hedge fund news, week 12 [more]
17 Mar. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Hedge funds snap back +4.55% after a hard-hearted 2018: hedge fund news, week 10 [more]
09 Mar. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Some of the largest multi manager hedge funds advanced in February: hedge fund news, week 10 [more]
03 Mar. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Private equity and hedge funds fail to improve gender balance in almost two years: hedge fund news, week 09 [more]
23 Feb. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Hedge funds less volatile than S&P 500 while posting comparable gains over the long term: hedge fund news, week 08 [more]
16 Feb. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: How to determine the yearly income of hedge fund moguls: hedge fund news, week 07 [more]
10 Feb. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Hedge funds gained 2.9% in January: hedge fund news, week 06 [more]
03 Feb. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Insider says Bridgewater's success a result of unique and intense culture: hedge fund news, week 05 [more]
26 Jan. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Hedge fund investors redeem like it's 2009: hedge fund news, week 04 [more]
20 Jan. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Investors pulled $51.6bn from hedge funds in 2018: hedge fund news, week 03 [more]
12 Jan. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: In a contrarian move, contrarian hedge fund manager Jeff Vinik re-opens fund: hedge fund news, week 02 [more]
05 Jan. 2019 Opalesque Roundup: Significant upside opportunities for hedge funds in Asia: hedge fund news, week 01 [more]
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  1. Institutional Investors: Here's how much public pensions are in the hole by per U.S. resident, Swedish pension giant awards $1.5bn PE mandate, CalSTRS on lookout for private equity investment consultants, Baltimore Fire & Police commits to LaSalle value-added real estate fund, US, European institutional investors plan to pile into China's capital markets, survey finds[more]

    Here's how much public pensions are in the hole by per U.S. resident From Value Walk: A lthough some government agencies have demonstrated a desire to deal with the pension crisis, the problem of unfunded liabilities continues to get worse year after year. A new report pegs U.S. public pe

  2. YieldStreet acquires Carlyle-backed Athena for $170m to add art financing to its alternative investment platform[more]

    Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia: Yieldstreet, a closely held digital wealth management platform, acquires Athena Art Finance from Carlyle Group and co-investors in a deal valued at $170m. With this acquisition, YieldStreet, which raised $62m in February to further open to a wider base of investors

  3. Europe: KKR strikes hedge fund gold with British billionaire pair, Net outflows continue at Swiss asset manager GAM, Swiss fintech launches hedge fund platform, Cash-flush buyout firms target Europe in take-private scramble[more]

    KKR strikes hedge fund gold with British billionaire pair From Bloomberg: A pair of 200-year-old wooden elephants adorn the London lobby of one of the financial world's biggest beasts. The carvings guard the Chelsea office of fast-growing $39 billion hedge fund Marshall Wace. Co-foun

  4. Performance: BlueMountain was one of the biggest losers of the first quarter[more]

    From Institutional Investor: BlueMountain Capital Management - the hedge fund firm fighting a proxy battle over the future of bankrupt California power company PG&E - has another problem.Its main fund, BlueMountain Credit Alternatives, is down 4 percent for the year through April 5, according to HSB

  5. Opalesque Exclusive: Alternative UCITS trends: asset outflow and growth in quant strategies[more]

    B. G., Opalesque Geneva: The market for alternative UCITS, the more hedge fund-type of UCITS funds, has doubled since 2008, but underwent its first outflow since then in 2018. According to LuxHedge's database, it now stands at €400bn ($452bn), with about 1,400 funds. Despite the outflo