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Amsterdam may not be the only place in Europe to list a hedge fund anymore. With the U.K. Financial Services Authority reportedly relaxing rules to allow single-strategy funds to list on the London Stock Exchange, London-based hedge fund manager Brevan Howard hopes to raise between €500 million and €1 billion in a floatation during the first quarter. Another London manager, Polygon, is also considering an LSE launch.


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