Investors Pull Away from Asian Hedge Fund Startups

(Last Updated On: March 8, 2012)
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Investors Pull Away from Asian Hedge Fund Startups

Asian hedge fund startups are hurting and even shutting down as fund of funds, seeders and investors pull back capital from the funds. Many Asia-focused hedge funds benefited from the favor of investors after the 2008 crisis but now are facing heavy redemptions in favor of larger funds and funds in other parts of the world.

http://richard-wilson.blogspot.com/2012/03/asia-hedge-fund-startups.html

 

Asia hedge Fund Startups

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Asian hedge fund startups are hurting and even shutting down as fund of funds, seeders and investors pull back capital from the funds. Many Asia-focused hedge funds benefited from the favor of investors after the 2008 crisis…

 

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I see this as well. Over here in Asia we need to change the capital raise to Asian sources, in particular Chinese. HNW folks and up and coming Chinese institutions are flush with cash and no where to put it.

 

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There is also a surplus of shell cos. as the Chinese reverse merger market has all but stopped. I am raising an interesting fund if you have investors looking for solid returns. HARD MONEY… 9-% of collateral is real estate. Will have two tranches…A = 8% senior and B=12% subordinate…collateral is put in separate LLC so no chasing to get paid.

 

 

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