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Not as easy as it looks

14 May 2007 By Simon Nixon

These days, hedge funds need to amass about $200m before the becoming really profitable. But that s a tall order for a startup. Blame greedy seed investors, cautious institutions and the soaring cost of infrastructure. But established funds can t be too complacent.

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