The Eurekahedge Obsolete Fund Database is a database of dead hedge funds that have been liquidated. All funds that were live in Eurekahedge’s database are moved to the obsolete fund database once Eurekahedge confirms that the business has been wound down. Other terms for obsolete funds are dead, graveyard or closed funds although the latter term, 'closed' can have another meaning in a fund that is live but 'closed' to new investments.
The key contents of the Eurekahedge Obsolete Fund Database are:
The Eurekahedge Obsolete Fund Database is an essential tool for investors, researchers and academics who want to back-test portfolios, index construction, researching hedge fund life spans and attrition rates and of course for background checks and due diligence on existing companies and individuals.
1. As at 30 May 2020.
3. We consider long only absolute returns funds as a subset of long short equity with a 'long bias'. They have an identical business structure to a long short funds but tend to charge slightly lower fees.
4. Please note we are referring to funds and not management companies. There are many more management companies that run more than US$1bn in alternative assets that do not have a single billion dollar fund.
Eurekahedge databases track over 91 qualitative and data points and 39 statistical measurements per fund, making it easier to analyse managers performances.
Eurekahedge provides access to the latest information you need for your investment decisions. 94% of all NAVs are updates by month-end.