Family offices cautious about investing with Hedge Funds

According to Family Office Review, despite seeing big inflow of investment capital, hedge funds find it quite difficult to attract funds from family offices.

After the crisis family offices have increased their level of due diligence and smaller hedge funds that manage less than US $50 have difficulty with raising capital from that source.

Smaller than before returns with high fees and sometimes lack of transparency make hedge funds less attractive to high net worth investors. On the other hand family offices are known to keep low profile and therefore are more difficult for funds to get approached.

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