In spite of the demise of the Tiger funds and the restructuring of the Soros funds, hedge funds have continued to grow rapidly over the past six years, quadrupling in assets during that time, according to a report from TASS Investment Research of London.

Between January 1994 and June 2000, hedge fund assets nearly quadrupled from $45 billion to $205 billion, the hedge fund research company announced. Hedge funds attracted $60 billion of new money and grew by an additional $100 billion during this time, according to TASS.

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