84% of investors who invest money in hedge funds, have decided to withdraw their money in the first half of the year - on AMarkets materials.
61% of investors plan to withdraw capital from the rest of the year the funds - the survey showed Credit Suisse Group AG, whose results were published on July 13th. The main reason - the funds do not reach the stated investment objectives on the level of profits. And it is based on a high commission, which traditionally take hedge managers for their work. At the same time, investors who no longer want to deal with hedge funds, did not intend to give up investing altogether. An increasing number of players prefer to work with a personal asset managers, which involves individual work - ie, when the case is controlled individually rather than in the total pool. Only 9% of investors are going to completely stop investing. 2016 - hard year for the whole industry hedging.
This affects first of all the major players. For example, the largest Lansdowne Partners hedge fund has lost nearly 14% of its capital in 2016. Another fund giant controlled by Bill Ackman - Pershing Square Holdings Ltd. - I lost 23% over the same period.