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Hedge Funds Falter in Asia as Global Economy Continues to Struggle

June 5, 2012 Debbie Jacobs In the News

According to data from Reuters, Allan Bedwick is closing his $120 million hedge fund only two and a half years after its inception. The fund is based in Asia, where several other small firms are falling victim to the same fate as economic struggles discourage investor confidence and rattle the hedge fund industry across the […]

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Lansdowne Partners Sells Goldman Sachs Stake

August 1, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

For a staggering $850m, Lansdowne Partners has sold its stake in Goldman Sachs.  According to an article in City AM, this is apparently “amid fears that increased regulation in the US could stunt the investment bank’s proprietary trading arm.” The amount of shares Lansdowne sold in Goldman Sachs (nearly five million) accounts for close to […]

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As Banks Repay Bailout Money, U.S. Sees Profit

May 15, 2011 PJ Moore Hedge Fund News

This article was originally posted in the New York Times on August 31st, 2009. Eric Dash Contributed. Nearly a year after the federal rescue of the nation’s biggest banks, taxpayers have begun seeing profits from the hundreds of billions of dollars in aid that many critics thought might never be seen again. The profits, collected […]

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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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