Today’s high risk, low interest rate environment presents a dilemma for prudent trustees seeking to meet the needs of both income and remainder beneficiaries. A portfolio dominated by bonds is likely to feel much more comfortable, but deliver little income, as well as meager growth for the remaindermen. On the other hand, adding to equities doesn’t feel appropriate in today’s uncertain environment.  This makes hedge funds seem appealing to many trustees. Can ...

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