Black Ant rides rollercoaster with equity and credit value approach
June 23, 2011
The value investing firm led by ex-Goldman duo Antoine Schwartz and Adam Saron has experienced the full highs and lows of the hedge fund industry over its seven-year life – bouncing back powerfully from the pain and panic of 2008
Black Ant Investment Management, the London-based global equity and corporate debt value investor led by Goldman Sachs alumni Antoine Schwartz and Adam Saron, has experienced the full highs and lows of the dramatic cycle in the hedge fund industry over the last few years.
|Antoine Schwartz and Adam Saron|
Founded in 2004, Black Ant – a play on founder and CIO Schwartz’s name – celebrates its seventh anniversary at the end of this month. “We’ve been through good times, terrible times and better times again,” says Schwartz – in a comment that describes just as aptly what the industry as a whole has gone through over the same period.
Before moving into the investment management world, Schwartz previously spent 15 years at Goldman – running the investment bank’s European equity capital markets operation in London before becoming one of the partners responsible for principal investments, managing the firm’s global private equity...
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