More consolidation likely in alternative investment space

M&A | consolidation on the cards as investors plump for top firms

LAusanne – The global hedge fund industry can expect increased consolidation to meet investor desire to place assets with larger firms that have strong infrastructures, says Din Bhungara, chief operating officer at London-based hedge fund Titanium Capital. “We expect more mergers and takeovers of boutiques,” he told delegates attending the June 8–10 Global Alternative Investment Management (GAIM) conference in Lausanne. “Institutional investors are looking for larger firms and we are constantly

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