Hedge fund strategies are ready to prove themselves in the current high-inflation, high-equity dispersion environment, according to Man FRM CIO Jens Foehrenbach.
The shift is notable in that investors are challenged by more volatile markets and rich valuations that limit the opportunities to be found in some strategies, such as U.S. quantitative strategies, according to the $14 billion fund of hedge funds group.
“The question that allocators and hedge fund managers now face is whether the fall in interest rates is fundamentally justified as it reflects the possibility of lower growth, or . . .
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