GlobeOp: Redemptions Fall, Inflows Rise

Nov 10 2011 | 10:53am ET

Hedge fund investors aren't flocking to the industry, but they aren't exiting in large numbers, either, a new report shows.

The GlobeOp Capital Movement Index fell to 0.72% in the month ended Nov. 1, down from 3.25% a month earlier. That makes it the month with the lowest number of redemptions since May.

It also makes it the third-best month for net inflows of the year at 2.05%.

"Subscriptions this month are consistent with this year's average, while the positive net flow primarily reflects low redemptions for November," Hans Hufschmid, CEO of GlobeOp Financial Services, said.


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