As market volatility rises and valuations crater, distressed hedge funds are reporting mild losses in the first quarter of 2020.
If past downturns, including the 2008 financial crisis, are any indication the opportunities within distressed may be being sourced even now in the midst of the volatile and uncertain times we are all now experiencing.
According to a white paper from Cambridge Associates published in 2018, distressed players can often benefit from open capital markets and moderate stress/distress in late-stage expansion economic climates. In times of contraction, meanwhile, the majority of distressed managers . . .
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