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Research shows that replication, rather than investments in single manager hedge funds, may make sense for most allocators, writes Andrew Beer.
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William Kelly, CEO of CAIA Association — which offers an alternatives investments credential — writes that better and more transparent client outcomes will remain his association’s north star.
A former continuation-fund skeptic concedes that GP-led secondaries might be worth a second look.
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