How the lifecycle theory is bringing about a dynamic shift in Asian hedge funds
By Aradhna Dayal
As another potentially rocky year gets underway, the major headlines dominating the Asian hedge fund world are revolving around several high-profile fund closures and M&As. In Singapore, Artradis is finally shutting shop and Sanjay Motwani’s Sansar is returning capital to investors, Brummer has closed down its Karakoram fund and Nezu has entered a strategic deal with Tiger’s Julian Robertson.
At first glance it looks as if the much-anticipated consolidation story is finally playing out in Asia. But a closer look reveals that there is a much bigger shift in dynamics