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Editor’s Letter


There are expectations that inflation may accelerate and interest rates might normalise, at least in the US. How might this impact hedge fund returns and fees?

Hedge funds seldom invest into real assets like real estate or infrastructure, and rarely have any explicit contractual link to inflation in the way that some rents, road tolls or airport tariffs do – though a few hedge funds, such as Kairos KEY, specialise in equities in such regulated sectors, while other equity hedge funds can shift portfolios towards firms that might capitalise on inflation.

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