Hedge funds seen luring up to USD 30 billion in recovery this year

Hedge funds are likely to attract as much as USD 30bn from investors this year, marking the industry’s first annual net inflow since 2017, according to Barclays.

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The projected USD 10bn to USD 30bn in net investment would also be the most since 2015, the bank said in its 2021 Global Hedge Fund Industry Outlook and Trends report, titled "The Bounce Back."

The findings are largely based on a survey of 240 investors who collectively had about USD 725bn in hedge funds.

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