Triada Capital Shows Gains Where Others Loose

April 5, 2016 Debbie Jacobs Hedge Fund News

Asian hedge funds have had their worst year so far in 2016 as a group. Yet there are a few funds that are showing profits despite the harsh financial climate.

One of those is Triada Capital. This Hong Kong-based firm includes among its founders an all-women team of credit investors from CQS Management. This group has posted a 4.5 percent gain in its credit long-short hedge fund so far this year. The fund, known as Triada Asia Credit Opportunities began trading in June, and uses event-driven strategies. January’s gain was 2.2 percent, and 2.3 percent for February.

Head of research Anna Tham and CIO Monica Hsiao founded Triada Capital in May, 2015 after working for the $14 billion London-based hedge fund CQS. The third founder, Jean-Marie Barreau, is CEO and COO. She ran hedge fund managed-account platforms for Deutsche Bank AG and Societe Generale SA.

Anna Tham, Jean-Marie Barreau, Monica Hsiao, Triada Capital,

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