- 2-3 indepth investor interviews on hedge fund allocation, strategies used,manager selection, decision-making process
- Relevant research to investor group
- Relevant statistics
- Who's Who in investor group
- Related news articles
- Regulatory update
- Sentiment indicators (investor,manager, marketer on a rotating basis; each quarterly)
A Snapshot Look at Today’s Hedge Fund Manager
Table of Contents
I. Introduction – The Hedge Fund Environment
II. Major Findings
III. Assets Under Management
IV. Differentiating Characteristics
VII. Investor Base
VIII. Most Frequently Used Strategies
IX. Portfolio Composition
XI. Product Base
XIII. Top Priorities, Challenges and Strategic Changes
Impact of Asset Size
Historical Comparison: 2014 vs 2013 vs 2010 vs 2008 vs 2007 vs 2006 vs 2005 vs 2003
XV. About Infovest21
(Excerpt from Survey)
Assets Under Management
The average asset size under management of the respondents was $3.5 billion. About 44% of the hedge funds have assets under $500 million while another 11% have assets between $500 and $999 million. Another 44% have assets of $1 billion or more.
About 55% of the managers said assets were higher compared with last year while 34% said assets were lower. Another 10% said assets were the same as last year.
Length of Track Record
The average length of track record for the managers surveyed was 14 years.
Almost 36% of the respondents have between 10 years and 20 years of experience as a hedge fund manager. Another 23% of the respondents have between five and ten years of experience while another 20% of the managers have less than five years of experience. Over 22% have more than 20 years’ experience.
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