A Dying Market for Mini-Primes?

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The financial crisis was heralded as a boon time for mini-primes. As well as serving the growing sub-$20 million fund market, mini-prime brokerages also benefitted from the tardiness of the larger primes in offering multi-prime capabilities to their clients.

However many in the industry now feel that hedge funds are shifting away from the mini-primes back towards the larger brokers.

This is due to consolidation amongst smaller funds, and also because those funds which remain independent will

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