Seeding future competition

Whatever specific actions those new initiatives entailed, CalPERS' move would ultimately influence the way pension managers across the US would approach their rocky investment relationships with hedge funds in the all too uncertain future, I predicted. Now more details have come to light regarding the California pension manager's plans, coinciding with recent New York Times reports of greater unease among more and more US pension funds regarding how their hedge fund investments have been handled

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