The $1.6 billion Atlantic Investment Management (AIM) is adding a new European and Asian long/short equity fund in November to its established U.S. equity fund. The new fund, Rodinia, will look at non-U.S. based companies with a market capitalization of between $500 million and $10 billion. It will avoid technology companies, as well as those with product liability or lack of transparency, and companies where there may be government intervention.
The fund will be managed by Alex Roepers, founder and chief investment officer of AIM. He has hired three senior equity analysts for the new fund: Simone Loke,