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New Managers October 2013

Editorial

Dear Opalesque Reader,

Welcome back to New Managers' new user-friendly, real time format!

As subscribers, you have been receiving real time the New Managers news reports in the last 30 days, and this issue is the condensed version of them all.

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The October 2013 issue of New Managers starts with the latest EManagers indices results and a list of the new funds in the EManagers database. It ends with the customary review of the latest news, views and findings relevant to the space in News & Perspectives.

In Seeders' Corner, we report on the latest developments at Trium Capital, Gottex, Longchamp, Aventicum and Kopernik Global. In Launches, we find which is the most launched strategy so far this year and the recent maiden fund launches. In Fund Profiles, Pacome Breton talks about the Frey Multi-Strategy Fund, a fund of hedge fund with a quantitative edge, and Vincent Au talks about the Gondor Partner fund, a U.S.-focused long/short equity fund. Ifina, a fund formation company, State Street's Irish hedge fund operations and I.A. Englander give Opalesque their perspectives in Servicers' Spot.

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The next issue of New Managers will be in November, 2013.

Don't forget, as a subscriber, you can access past issues of New Managers in our Archive here: www.opalesque.com/ Archive-New-Managers.html.

Please do contact me if you have any related news or if you want to send a contribution.

Benedicte Gravrand Editor gravrand@opalesque.com

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