US Institutional Investors Turn To European Hedge Funds

March 29th, 2010
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According to research carried out by London’s Preqin Ltd earlier this month, more US institutional investors are expressing interest in European hedge funds. The company’s analysis of 212 US institutional investors revealed that on average, 20% of their portfolios are devoted to European funds for those with interests overseas.

In an article from Pension & Investments, Preqin researchers note that many investors looking for single-manager funds are looking at Europe for the best opportunities. According to the report, the five most popular European hedge funds attracting US investors are Lansdowne Partners Ltd., Brevan Howard Asset Management LLP, GAM Holding Ltd., Lazard Asset Management LLC, and The Children's Investment Fund Management (UK) LLP.
For Detailed Investor Profiles on these Investors, click below:
Brevan Howard Asset Management
Lansdowne Partners
The Children's Investment Fund Mgmt
Related People: Alan Howard; Chris Hohn; Christopher Rochos; James Vernon; Jean-Phillipe Blodget; Paul Ruddock*; Peter Davies ; Steve Heinz*; Trifon Natsis
Related Entities: BH Global; BH Macro; Brevan Howard Asia Fund; Brevan Howard Credit Catalysts; Brevan Howard Emerging Market Strategies Fund; Brevan Howard Macro FX; Brevan Howard Master Fund Ltd; Children's Investment Master Fund; Childrens Investment Fund LP; Childrens Investment Fund Management (UK) LLP; Lansdowne European Equity Fund; Lansdowne European Long Only Fund; Lansdowne European Strategic Equity Fund; Lansdowne Global Financials Fund; Lansdowne UK Equity Fund; Morgan Stanley; Swiss Reinsurance; TCI; The Children's Investment Fund; The Children's Investment Fund Foundation; Theleme Partners
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