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Can Ucits help the struggling fund of hedge funds industry?

August 20, 2010

Funds of hedge funds have had a hard time since the onset of the credit crisis, what with the Madoff scandal, widespread gating and sidepockets and underperformance versus single-manager hedge funds in 2008 and 2009.

However, Ucits — onshore funds viewed as more transparent and more liquid — have been widely seen as a fresh injection of capital into the hedge fund industry and could prove a much-needed boost for funds of funds looking for a new client base to tap.

Find out Credit Suisse’s views in this Reuters Insider interview¬†with fund manager Salvatore Cordaro.

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