Davos remains largely a hedge-free zone

Repeat visits from Obama supporters bolster a small showing of the hedge fund elite.

Hedge funds remain a scarcely-represented constituency at the World Economic Forum. Despite the attendance in Davos, Switzerland of nearly 2,300 leaders from business, politics and the arts, fewer than 15 major hedge fund firms sent executives to the gathering.

Of these, some were repeat attendees, including Frank Brosens, Eric Mindich, George Soros and Dan Loeb—all noted supporters of Barack Obama.

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