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New Managers February 2018

LAUNCHES: Art & Motion launches collectible car alternative investment vehicle, Canadian hedge fund Ninepoint Partners to launch two, merge two funds in 2018

 

  • Investment guru Mark Mobius, who retired last month from Franklin Templeton Investments after spending three decades there, is back to doing what he likes the best-managing emerging markets, this time, though, with governance in focus. Mobius, one of the most prominent voices on emerging market investments, is starting a fund management firm which will invest in emerging and frontier market companies focused on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues
  • SYZ Asset Management (SYZ AM), the institutional asset management arm of the SYZ Group, has expanded its offering of quantitative solutions through the launch of OYSTER Equity Premia Global. This new offering builds on the strong success of the OYSTER Market Neutral Europe fund and will similarly seek to deliver alpharich returns while aiming to maintain a near zero equity beta over time. In order to support initial asset growth and reward early investors, a one-year discount of 50% on the management fees will be offered.
  • OP Investment Management Ltd is launching a new market neutral fund - CR Wellington AI Fund SPC, managed by Mr. Ray Ko. The quant fund will invest in highly liquid securities in multiple exchanges worldwide including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, US, and UK.
  • Qian Yongqiang, who made his fortune in Chinese education and tech startups, is starting a $100 million hedge fund with his own money. Singapore-based QQQ Capital Fund will start trading in April, Head of Opera......................

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