It’s not enough to be 2 guys from Goldman Sachs in a room with $5 million — the bar for launching a hedge fund is rising in 2019
|01/26/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- The bar for entering the hedge-fund industry has been raised, and smaller funds are having trouble raising money from investors.
- The increased costs of running a hedge fund now compared with 10 years ago also make it challenging for startup hedge funds.
- 2018 was the fifth consecutive year where total hedge-fund launches declined, despite big-name launches like Michael Gelband’s ExodusPoint and Daniel Sundheim’s D1 Capital Partners.
Becoming a hedge-fund manager in 2019 is harder than ever before.
Increased costs for technology, data, and compliance staff, along with tougher regulatory standards, have made it more challenging to launch a fund without a strong pedigree or read more >>>