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|| Latin American Funds Look To Middle East For New Investors

latinam.jpgWith investors pulling out of funds as they look to liquidate their assets, Latin American hedge fund managers are actively seeking new sources for potential clients. And Middle East investors are on top of the list.

Alternative Latin Investor, a publication covering alternative investments in Latin America, has been speaking with several Fund managers based in the Middle East to find how their Latin counterparts can attract valuable new clients in the region. Read the full story here.

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