Investors want hedge fund-like strategies — but some don't want to deal with the notoriously secretive hedge fund space. Other asset managers see an opportunity.
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Hedge funds are not always known for their transparency, even with their own investors, but side industries have popped up offering investors hedge fund-like strategies in a more open wrapper. 

Some asset managers are pinning their hopes on growth in liquid alternative ETFs. Those kinds of ETFs are expected to triple in assets over the 12 months, according to a Greenwich Associates survey on behalf of IndexIQ. 

Money continues to pour into managed account platforms like BNY's HedgeMark, despite...

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