Philippe Ferreira

From the blog: As fixed income markets show signs of nervousness after a multi-decade long rally, institutional investors face critical choices.

This is particularly challenging at a time when implied volatility of fixed income is on the rise, money markets are delivering negative returns and equities are expensive or fairly valued.

At this stage of the cycle, hedge funds are an attractive alternative to traditional asset classes.

But, despite their strong fundamentals over the long term, the hedge fund industry has been under pressure in recent years.

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