August 26, 2005

Comprehensive Hedge Fund Report by VAN Hedge Fund Advisors

A new report on the hedge fund industry was unveiled by Van Hedge Fund Advisors International, LLC. The report titled ‘Hedge Fund Demand and Capacity 2005-2015’ presents a comprehensive view of the current state of the hedge fund industry. The report evaluates in-depth the demand capacity issues. It also makes certain forecasts regarding the size of the industry in the coming years. According to the report, the quantum of assets under management of hedge funds has already crossed $1 trillion.

It goes on to predict that by 2009 this figure will be at least double the current amount and by 2013 one can expect the hedge funds to be managing over $4 trillion. Chairman of VAN international claims that these are conservative figures and that the actual numbers can be higher. He has made a particular comparison with the mutual industry which took over 66 years to reach the $1 trillion mark which is over six times the time taken by hedge funds to accomplish a similar feat. reports:

“George Van, Chairman of VAN International LLC said, "We believe that these projections are conservative, demand for hedge funds is at unprecedented levels and the worldwide capacity for hedge funds is growing.”

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comment analyser la performance d'un portefeuille contenant des fonds tradirionnels et des hedge funds. merci bien.

Posted by: hajer | Mar 7, 2009 11:49:09 AM

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