EY Survey Finds 1 in 4 Hedge Funds to Increase Crypto Exposure Next Year

EY Survey Finds 1 in 4 Hedge Funds to Increase Crypto Exposure Next Year

EY, one of the big four consulting and auditing firms in the world, found that one in four hedge funds are expecting to increase their crypto exposure for the next year. The 2021 EY Global Alternative Fund Survey describes that alternative fund managers are slowly taking a stable place in the portfolios of investors, with digital assets being present, albeit in a small way. EY Survey Finds Hedge Funds Hungry for Crypto Exposure The 2021 Global Alternative Fund Survey, a survey compiled by EY, one of the big four companies, shows the performance and popularity of alternative fund....


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