While fees and transparency are still topics of concern for institutional investors, a new study claims that there has been shift in uneasiness toward the alternatives vehicle, with many enlisting some of their trust back into hedge funds.

In a new “Hedge Fund Investor Spotlight,” Preqin, a London-and New York-based research firm, explained that nearly 60% of respondents to its August survey believe that there has been a change in terms that have benefited investors. Also, roughly 7% feel the swap has shifted to benefit the favor of the manger as well.

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