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For Hedge Fund Investors, a New Kind of Leverage

A new private lending outfit is targeting hedge fund investors who need instant liquidity but don’t want to cash out of their managers, offering these investors loans against their hedge fund stakes

        A myriad of private lending firms has sprung up since the financial crisis, but one new entrant has managed to find a niche without any competitors — yet. Greenwich, Connecticut–based Liquidative is offering loans of $1 million to $20 million against the hedge fund stakes of family offices, ultrahigh net

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