SEI and Greenwich Associates Survey Identifies Institutional Investors’ Expectations With Respect to Hedge Fund Performance, Transparency and Liquidity

On February 22, 2012, SEI Knowledge Partnership and Greenwich Associates released the second installment of a two-part report summarizing the results of their September and October 2011 survey of hedge fund investors.  For a detailed analysis of Part I, see “Survey by SEI and Greenwich Associates Highlights the Importance to Hedge Fund Investors of a Clearly Articulated, Comprehensible and Credible Value Proposition,” Hedge Fund Law Report, Vol. 5, No. 4 (Jan. 26, 2012).  The second installment, entitled “The Shifting Hedge Fund Landscape, Part II of II: The New Dynamics of Hedge Fund Competitiveness” (Report), details investors’ greatest concerns when investing in hedge funds as well as their hedge fund selection criteria and expectations.  This article summarizes the findings of the Report and outlines the Report’s five key recommendations for hedge fund managers.

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