Hedge funds are setting a new trend by listing on exchanges to raise funds, with Brevan Howard Asset Management and Polygon Investment Partners being two of the latest, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The trend is notable, as it marks hedge funds’ willingness to divulge information about themselves and seek assets from average investors.

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