21 Sep 2010
Industry assets remained more or less static in H1 2010, a reflection of slow capital inflows offset by continued redemptions and largely flat performance, with Asia ex-Japan emerging as the largest strategy
The obvious appeal of UCITS compliance is helping such funds gain ground in Asia, but is it really a sustainable structure for Asian hedge fund strategies?
Boyer Allan has used a prudent tactical mix of revamping its client base and product range to rebuild its business post the global crisis
With zero turnover of senior management since inception and an established foothold, Pine River is investing in its long-term future in Asia
After a rollercoaster ride in the markets, those who survived a fierce test of skill vie for the AsiaHedge Awards, to be unveiled in Hong Kong on 21 October
September always brings renewed vigour to the Asian hedge fund industry
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