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Will fundraising continue?

For the capital you manage, what are your expectations for the amount of new capital to be raised over the next 12 months, expressed as a percentage of your current capital under management?

After several years in which activism was a hot fundraising strategy, expectations have dampened. Some funds are still on the hunt for capital, but they may have to be more inventive to get it.

In 2015’s survey, more than half of activists said they were raising some capital, and three in 10 said they were raising a lot of capital. This year, only 21% of respondents expect to increase the amount of their assets under management by 75-100%, while only 3% hope to raise the equivalent of 50-75% of their capital. By contrast, 58% expect to add less than a quarter of their current assets to their war chests.

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