Average maximum hedge fund lockup remains relatively stable from 2011
Preqin's December edition of its Hedge Fund Spotlight newsletter examines liquidity in the hedge fund marketplace. The research firm conducted a survey of institutional hedge fund investors in November, and the results show that only public pension funds have a lower acceptable lockup period for hedge fund investments in 2012 compared with 2011. Among investor types, private pension funds had the lowest average maximum lockup period, at 14.1 months, while endowments are willing to accept the longest lockups, at an average of 28 months.
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