China's array of investment fund options is growing, with Man opening a quantitative strategy fund. Others will likely follow, as regulators seek to ease open investing options.
Four foreign managers can now do business directly in China, with Fullerton looking to launch an equity fund and Man working on a quant strategy.
The hedge fund firm has completed its five-strong emerging market debt team under Guillermo Osses, who discussed his post-Brexit outlook and positioning with AsianInvestor.
The UK hedge fund group’s co-CEO and its first head of emerging-market debt explain why and how the firm is expanding its investment in the asset class.
It will be the first commodity trading adviser strategy to be launched by Man Group's quantitative investment unit with Chinese partner Citic Securities.
The closure of the strategy follows GLG’s shift to reorganise its emerging market portfolio management activities.
Six large hedge fund managers are set to raise money from China investors, with the number of firms tipped to expand down the line.
Star manager Bolton calls it quits, SFC appoints Goldman Sachs executive, Nikko hires Japan CLO, Man Group names new Aussie chief and Aussie Super chief executive exits.
FRM Capital Advisors invests in Japan-focused Arena Capital, run by former Highbridge portfolio manager Toby Bartlett, more than two years after its last Asia seeding.
Quant giants Winton and AHL are making inroads into China, where onshore CTA managers are already trading commodity futures on the mainland and abroad.
Hedge fund veterans join a regional team that aims to replicate GLG’s success in European long/short equity funds.
He started in the role last month to replace Tim Rainsford, who moves to London permanently as head of European sales.