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SS&C GlobeOp Hedge Fund Performance Index up 1.82% in July

Friday, August 14, 2020
Opalesque Industry Update - The gross return of the SS&C GlobeOp Hedge Fund Performance Index for July 2020 measured 1.82%.

Hedge fund flows as measured by the SS&C GlobeOp Capital Movement Index advanced 0.55% in August.

"SS&C GlobeOp's Capital Movement Index for August 2020 rose 0.55%, indicating positive net flows. On a comparative basis, the 0.55% gain was higher than the 0.45% increase reported for the same period a year ago and was also the largest net inflow for any month of August since 2016," said Bill Stone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, SS&C Technologies. "In the six months since the COVID19 has roiled markets and caused major economies to partially shut-down, hedge fund capital movements have been very stable by historical standards, indicating investor confidence in managers' ability to generate attractive returns while managing risk."

The SS&C GlobeOp Hedge Fund Performance Index is an asset-weighted, independent monthly window on hedge fund performance.

The SS&C GlobeOp Capital Movement Index represents the monthly net of hedge fund subscriptions and redemptions administered by SS&C GlobeOp on the SS&C GlobeOp platform.

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