21 May 2012
Acquisition aims “to really build a strong foundation in the region”
The Asian hedge fund industry is seeing a new conduit to long term assets in the form of hedge fund consultants, which have emerged as a key gate-keeper for institutional assets following the global financial crisis
Credit Suisse closes the gap by assets on Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, while Deutsche Bank – again the biggest player in Hong Kong and China – and UBS are also now close by mandates as the top five firms fight for market share in a shrinking Asian hedge fund world
Tobias Bland, chief executive officer of Enhanced Investment Products in Hong Kong, isn’t your typical hedge fund manager. For one thing, he started the firm with a series of passive funds that was accompanied by a hedge fund
The Asian hedge fund industry will need to embrace a revolutionary new thinking if it wants to survive investor concerns on performance, costs and risks
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