Smaller Is Better as Canada Hedge Funds Outperform Global Rivals
Bloomberg News | By Allison McNeely and Maciej Onoszko Minuscule though they may be, Canadian hedge funds are dwarfing the returns of their bulky global peers. Canadian hedge funds, with about C$35 billion ($26 billion) under management,https://health-e-child.org/ returned almost nine times as much as the nearly $3 trillion global industry in the year through September, extending their outperformance from 2015. Being small and nimble has given Canadian funds an edge, even as the industry has faced criticism for high fees and middling performance. Read more here.