UK hedge fund managers' confidence levels up 60% since Q4 2020

90% of managers confident globally

Lauren Mason
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The results show a 40% increase in confidence globally compared to Q4 last year
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The results show a 40% increase in confidence globally compared to Q4 last year

Confidence among UK-based hedge fund managers has increased by 60% during Q1 2021 compared to Q4 last year, according to AIMA’s Hedge Fund Confidence Index (HFCI).

HFCI, which comprises 300 hedge funds from across the globe amounting to approximately $1trn of assets under management, also found that more than 90% of participants cited a positive confidence measure....

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