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AIO Q1 2013 (Non-Accredited Investor Version)


Tue, 25 Jun 2013

In this issue, Morningstar's Director of Alternative Fund Research, Nadia Papagiannis, CFA, discusses the trend of convergence between hedge funds and traditional asset management firms. Also, in this issue's Quant Corner, Philip Guziec, CFA, provides a

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