Dymon Asia Capital aims for $500m AUM in Asia macro fund


Li Chee Chung

Singapore-based Dymon Asia Capital is expected to reach $500 million in terms of AUM of its Asia macro strategy over the next three months, on the back of a healthy 15.23% return in 2010, and following on from a strong 2009 return of 16.36%.

The fund was soft-closed at $300 million in March 2010 but re-opened in January 2011, and since then has seen strong inflows that have taken its AUM to more than $400 million.

“The response has been very good. Investors are now treating Asia macro as an essential part