Saturday, 2 August 2014
Last updated 13 hours ago
Aug 1 2014 | 1:55pm ET
Apollo Global Management is seeking investors for a new junk-bond hedge fund it launched last year.
The private-equity giant’s Apollo Credit Short Opportunities Fund began trading with internal capital in November. The firm began fundraising for the vehicle this month, with plans to formally launch the fund for outside investors in the fall.
Aug 1 2014 | 3:27pm ET
Argentina has insisted that it has not defaulted on its sovereign debt, even though a U.S. federal judge barred it from paying bondholders.
Aug 1 2014 | 1:52pm ET
The secondary market for alternative investments reached new heights in the first half, according to a survey from Setter Capital.
Aug 1 2014 | 1:51pm ET
Hedge funds disappointed in the first half—and the people running them or investing in them expect it to continue to do so in the second.
Aug 1 2014 | 7:49am ET
Rothschild Larch Lane Management Company has launched a liquid, open end alternatives mutual fund which utilizes a risk balanced approach to portfolio
Aug 1 2014 | 7:43am ET
Man Group Plc, the world’s largest publicly traded hedge-fund manager, dropped in London after inflows slowed and the company said it was guarded on performance after 7 percent growth in assets under management.
Aug 1 2014 | 5:20am ET
Milestone Group, a global provider of fund processing solutions, has appointed Enrique Gonzalez to bolster product management focusing on the APAC region.More News
Jul 28 2014 | 8:10am ET
Apica Green is a multi-million dollar Israeli hedge fund that is based in Tel Aviv and has 360,000 researcher/analysts. If you're picturing the HR nightmare this would entail, relax: those thousands of researchers and analysts aren't actual employees of the firm.
Jul 31 2014 | 7:31am ET
Anyone who’s taken a look at the global shipping industry recently probably knows that there’s a boatload of distress in the waters. Why do we see all this distress in shipping? According to George Schultze of Schultze Asset Management, the answer is two-fold.
Jul 23 2014 | 6:44am ET
While he’s always been a photographer, recent expeditions to Iceland, Ethiopia and beyond have given hedge-fund manager David Yarrow a clear shot at artistic and financial success, says William Cash.