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Baring sets up Asian hedge fund

Baring Asset Management is offering an Asian fund of hedge funds which it expects will generate returns around 7 per cent above three-month US Treasury bills which are currently returning 1.14 per cent. The fund will invest primarily in equity long/short Asia Pacific hedge funds and aim for maximum 9 per cent volatility, as opposed to 21 per cent for the Pacific market over the past 20 years.

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