Expect Hedge Fund Inflows Of $222 Billion, Investors Say

Mar 16 2010 | 1:16pm ET

Hedge funds are poised to take in more than $200 billion in inflows this year, returning industry assets to near where they were before the economic crisis.

Deutsche Bank, which estimates hedge funds assets to total about $1.5 trillion, expects the industry to add $222 billion in new money this year, based on its eight annual alternative investment survey. That would leave the industry less than $200 billion short of its 2007 peak of $1.9 billion.


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