Black River flows out of Cargill

Sat Nov 1, 2003

Cargill, the agro-business giant, is taking a sizeable minority stake in a giant new hedge fund operation that it is spinning out of one of its proprietary trading activities. The new group, called Black River Asset Management, aims to launch a series of funds starting in the first half of next year.

Black River will continue to run around $400 million of proprietary money for Cargill, but will also raise money from outside investors for its...


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