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ABN AMRO Private Banking goes overweight on hedge funds

Opalesque – Speaking at the Opalesque Monaco Roundtable – which will be published in July 2012 – Marc de Kloe, Alternative Investments Manager, ABN AMRO Private Banking said that ABN AMRO Private Banking has moved from Neutral to Overweight on hedge funds, increasing allocations from 5% to 8% in its client portfolios..

ABN AMRO’s aim is to utilise hedge funds to navigate macroeconomic and policy risks, citing global macro, CTA, relative value and event driven strategies as insurance against economic and policy risks. Long/short equities retain a negative rating..

The bank’s Quarter 3 Investment Outlook ‘Gauging value’ finds that the firm remains Overweight on Asian and Latin American emerging-market equities and in the Industrials and Consumer Staples sectors, but retains an overall Neutral position on equities.

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