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DE Shaw’s Asian Expansion

December 14, 2010 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

The $20 billion global hedge fund DE Shaw plans to expand within Asia during 2011. DE Shaw hopes to attract assets from Japanese pension funds in the coming year. The firm’s Tokyo office is presently led by their Japanese country representative Scott Roney, who runs an office of just two employees. The fund will bring […]


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Major Hedge Fund to Open Australia Branch

December 6, 2010 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

The London-based hedge fund Caxton Associates will be opening an office in Sydney, Australia, according to the Financial Times. The hedge fund, which manages $US9 billion, is aiming to expand its place in the Asia-Pacific Market. Caxton, which was established in 1963, has a specialty in trading bonds, currencies, rates and stocks as a way […]


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United Kingdom Sees Major Hedge Fund Firm Increase

November 18, 2010 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

The third quarter of this year saw more hedge funds established in the UK than during any period since the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings in September 2008 and the concomitant fall in world credit markets. During the three months of the quarter, 28 new hedge funds registered with the UK’s Financial Services Authority. This […]


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