Institutional investors, including pension funds, are expected to become the largest holders of hedge funds in the future, a recent survey of 500 investors and investment management professionals by conference organizer ICBI suggests.

Ever since the bear market of 2000, institutions have been looking to expand their portfolios by shying away from traditional investments such as stocks, and are likely to displace the wealthiest individuals who are major hedge funds investors at the moment.

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