Many hedge fund investors in the U.K. are dissatisfied with weak returns over the summer, and are cashing out, the Financial Times reports.

“For us, it is a shuffling of the chairs on the decks,” said one hedge fund-of-funds. Certainly, wealthy individuals and pension funds are likely to be among those to prevail, whereas smaller investors and funds-of-funds probably don’t have the tolerance for poor performance.

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