Hedge Funds

Atlantic's long/short Rodinia reopens to investors


New York-based Atlantic Investment Management on October 1 will be reopening its long/short Rodinia funds to as much as $500 million in investor capital.

The $1.5 billion Rodinia funds, including a U.S. and offshore counterpart, have been closed for some time. But Atlantic opted to reopen the strategy, seeing additional investment opportunities in the non-U.S. equity markets targeted by the funds. Atlantic Investment Management runs $3.5 billion firmwide in several equity strategies, which include the U.S.-focused Cambrian family of funds and the non U.S.-oriented Rodinia funds.