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eVestment's Top Hedge Funds In February

eVestment's monthly list of hedge fund movers and shakers sees London-based listed hedge fund Man Group take the top honours, with the firm's funds - on an aggregate basis - receiving more clicks by the investors and consultants which subscribe to eVestment than any other firm. Man's Alternative Risk Premia Strategies fund was the firms' most viewed individual product.

The top ten most viewed firms - and in turn, that firm's most viewed individual product - in February were:


At the individual fund/product level, Southeastern Asset Management's Southeastern Concentrated Value Master Fund won out, after not being in the top ten in January. Man Group's Alternative Risk Premia Strategies fund didn't even make the top ten, indicating that investors viewed a broad range of Man Group's funds last month.

The rest of the top ten individual products viewed on eVestment's platform were:


Southeastern's Concentrated Value Master Fund was also the biggest mover versus the per-month average of the previous six months of activity. The list of the ten 'biggest risers' is:


eVestment subscribers took a fancy to fundamental equity long/short funds in January and the strategy reigned supreme again in February. This month, Select Equity Group's SEG Partners fund was the most viewed product in this strategy. The rest:


Lastly for this month, the list of firms with the biggest change on aggregate versus their prior six months viewership was led by Singapore's APS Asset Management with its All China Long/Short Fund. 


We hope that the clicks turn into allocation dollars for these firms!

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