Multi-Manager Funds: What’s the Difference in Fund Structures?

Multi-manager hedge funds were designed to provide investors with access to a diversified portfolio of hedge fund strategies, seeking to take advantage of distinctive sources of alpha from each underlying hedge fund held within the portfolio. Having been introduced 30 years ago, multi-manager hedge funds were historically set-up as private partnerships, and today that is still their most prevalent form. Read more

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