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Hedge fund assets fell $151b

Straits Times – Hedge fund assets fell by US$100 billion (S$151 billion) in October as investors withdrew their money and funds were forced to sell stock, exacerbating the severe volatility that pounded global markets during the month. About US$60 billion […]

Hedge Funds Lost $100 Billion on Investor Withdrawals

Bloomberg – The global hedge fund industry lost $100 billion of assets in October, according to an estimate from Eurekahedge Pte, as firms including Sparx Group Co. and Man Group Plc were hammered by investor redemptions. Funds fell an average […]

Hedge funds navigate maze of redemptions

Wealth Bulletin – Millionaire hedge fund manager Andrew Lahde might have got it right. The man whose valediction last month to his industry peers announced that “with all due respect, I am dropping out”, left the industry while the going […]

Komodo Hedge Fund Outperforms as Cameron Replicates Japan Bets

Bloomberg – Komodo Capital Management Pte’s hedge fund outperformed rivals as Chief Investment Officer Angus Cameron employed strategies he developed during Japan’s slump in the 1990s to profit from the global financial turmoil. The Singapore-based firm’s KC Asia Fund has […]

Artradis AB2 Fund Said to Profit During Market Rout

Bloomberg – The Artradis AB2 fund, run by Singapore’s biggest hedge-fund firm, gained 4.96 percent in September, when Asian equities had their worst month in 18 years, two people with knowledge of its performance said. The $2.2 billion hedge fund, […]

Global Macro Fund’s Loss Is a Cloud in Sunny Sector

Wall street Journal- U.K. hedge-fund manager London Diversified Fund Management recorded a loss of 17% on its global macro fund for the year to June 6, a rare loss under what generally has been a successful strategy. Global macro funds […]

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