As hedge funds pick themselves up from average losses of 28% last year and billions in redemptions, they will increasingly offer separately managed accounts to provide investors with liquid strategies to attract new assets, according to a report from TABB Group.

And these managed accounts will grow 70% from $468 billion this year to $790 billion over the next two years, TABB predicts.

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