Published by : Collas Crill
After many false starts, the metrics for the global funds industry are better now than they have been for a long time. One of April's key developments was that US hedge fund performance for the quarter hit nearly five per cent; the best results for nearly six years. On top of this, US investor confidence is appearing to rise dramatically, and could be at the highest level for five years.
In this briefing, Collas Crill partner Mark Rawlins reports on the knock-on affect on global markets, including China, the eurozone, the UK and Jersey. Lastly, the article outlines some of the opportunities and risks a funds resurgence brings.
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Published:08 May 2012
Business Area: China
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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