Who are the most influential people in the Asian hedge fund business? And why?
The October edition of AsianInvestor magazine, out this week, lists those people that we think are the figures of greatest influence. Photographed below, in no particular order, are a pot-pourri of those people, some depicted in formal or informal settings, and some gesticulating influentially.
To find out the identities of the rest of Asia's hedge fund industry grandees, check out our current edition.
Eddie Tam, Central Asset Investments
Ophelia Tong and Karl Hurst of HT Capital Management
Peter Douglas, GFIA
Christophe Lee, AIMA and FrontPoint
Sharon Hartline, White & Case
Cheah Cheng-Hye, Value Partners
Richard Johnston, Albourne Partners
John Rodriguez, Confido Advisors
George Long, Lim Advisors
Rob Appleby, ADM Capital
Denys Firth, ADM Capital
Teall Edds, Orchard Capital
Paul "The Sultan of Seed" Smith, Triple A Partners
Philippa "Madame Compliance" Allen, ComplianceAsia
Vincent Duhamel, SAIL Advisors
Vincent Wong, Vegasoul
Eric Xu, Persistent Asset
Xin Huang, Persistent Asset
Joanne "Queen Bee" Murphy, Triple A Partners
Martin Wheatley, SFC
David Walter; Pacific Alternative Asset Management (Depicted here in flattering soft focus)