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Diversified growth funds: what do we know so far?

Topic:

Funding & investment

Date published:

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

The first diversified growth fund (DGF) was launched over a decade ago and today there is still much debate about whether they are an actual asset class or simply an investment concept. In this article Ian Eggleden looks at whether DGFs work, who likes them and if they are here to stay.

 

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