The asset manager will launch two strategies within two months to target Taiwanese investors; they will target 15% returns and 5% volatility annually.
Jun 29, 2010
Mike Coleman of the Alternative Investment Management Association says a growing number of credit and macro hedge funds are setting up in Asia.
The CTA/managed futures specialists launch a new fund that they trust will give returns in all weathers.
Oct 31, 2008
The managed futures provider says diversification is key to investing in the current financial market conditions.
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Asia Pacific's family offices are a nimble bunch and never more so than when it comes to ESG where they're already proving to be ahead of the regulators.
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