The world’s biggest asset managers and investment banks have packaged exotic hedge-fund strategies -- known as “alternative risk premia" (ARP) -- and peddled them to pension funds and wealthy individuals. Make them transparent, accessible and, above all, cheap, and investors will flock, the thinking goes.
All told these funds have an estimated EUR 180 billion overall riding everything from short volatility to trend-following.
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