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The Phases of a Hedge Fund Closure


In a recent piece for RFG, Finbarr O’Connor of the Berkeley Research Group comments on the process for winding down a hedge fund. He notes that hedge funds most frequently close due to underperformance but events such as litigation, regulatory issues, key-man events and loss of members of the investment team may also trigger closure. Read more here.


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