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The February issue of New Managers, Opalesque’s monthly monitor of new, emerging and re-emerging alternative fund managers, is out!

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Welcome to the February 2013 issue of New Managers. After our usual Emanagers Index and Database Funds reports, we look at the emerging hedge fund scene in the Nordic region in Focus, particularly at those who foster small managers and startups. This is followed by an interview with Mikael Nilsson, who co-manages SEB’s two seeding funds in Seeders’......................

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