SEI released a global study on Tuesday that found that while institutional investors’ confidence in hedge funds is growing, there is a larger expectation of transparency and risk management from managers.
The report, entitled “Institutional Hedge Fund Investing Comes of Age: A New Perspective on the Road Ahead,” which was a collaboration with Greenwich Associates, found that in order to retain clients, hedge fund managers need to enhance their risk management infrastructure and risk reporting, and institutionalize transparency policies to attract new capital, satisfy anxious investors, and protect their reputations. It is also critical for fund managers to communicate with clients about how their investment strategies are a value-add for investors’ portfolios, in order for managers to differentiate themselves.
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