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Wed, 09 Jan 2013
Dislocations, lack of capital and volatility make opportunities for Asian investors in 2013
Value driven Asian focused portfolio achieves annualised returns of 16%
Kinetic Partners report identifies financial industry leaders' concerns on regulatory developments over 2013
Aussie group expands to offer fiduciary and partnering services to overseas groups
Cerulli report claims China's largest asset managers will go global in five years
Australia's Zenith predicts Angela Merkel will not be buying a Greek holiday home
News round-up of December news in the Asia Pacific hedge fund industry.
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Thu, 06 Dec 2012
South Korea's hedge fund industry boosted by government support
Zenith gears up to offer alternatives research and likes to keep it local
European and Asian distribution strengths lie behind new seeding vehicle
Eze Castle brings the cloud out east
Quam believes Mongolia’s future offers serious returns
November news round-up: Asia Pacific hedge fund news this month included
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Mon, 29 Oct 2012
Shanghai's Fortune Group expects good returns and diversification from first CTA product backed by Winton Capital
Prime broking Asia post 2008 - a new model for a new age
November news roundup: Asia Pacific hedge fund news this month included
Regulatory Update: Angelyn Lim ASEAN Ucits type passports take two steps closer to coming into existence
The view from Thailand: Niche and beating Warren - Thai focus works for Quest's Doug Barnett
Shanghai-based China focussed firm benefits from private equity
Electrical versions of major markets put the charge into tail-risk protection
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Wed, 03 Oct 2012
The hedge fund industry makes early forays into China
The View From Beijing - Our on the scene report from the inaugural hedge fund symposium in China
Veteran of the Asian hedge fund industry sees little to celebrate in stagnant year
Ex-sovereign wealth manager offers conservative fixed income hedge fund with Asian twist
New AIMA Hong Kong chairman focuses on establishing presence in China
Report finds that the Australian hedge fund industry is thriving
Australian firm offers negatively correlated alpha
News Roundup For September. Hedge fund regulatory, compliance and other news from September
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