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Hedge fund diversification highlighted by AIMA, CAIA Association report

Hedge fund diversification and the particular benefits that hedge funds offer to a variety of investors is highlighted in a new report by AIMA and the CAIA Association, a global leader in alternative investment education.

The paper, titled ‘Portfolio Transformers: Examining the Role of Hedge Funds as Substitutes and Diversifiers in an Investor Portfolio’, details the specific qualities that different types of hedge funds offer to institutional investors, the main source of capital managed by the hedge fund industry today. The research is based on a “cluster” analysis of the risk and return characteristics of the main hedge fund investment strategies. The paper says that some of the most experienced investors in alternative investments no longer see hedge funds as a standalone allocation but rather as substitutes for investments in equities and bonds or as investments that bring particular diversification benefits

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