Seedling Capital Launches Hedge Fund

Sep 20 2010 | 10:33am ET

Berwyn, Penn.-based asset management firm Seedling Capital has launched a hedge fund with $9.8 million, according to regulatory filings. The new fund is aiming to raise $125 million.

Principals of the fund include Christine Youngblood, managing member, and Arnold Tiglao, chief operating officer.

According to the SEC filings, Seedling Capital Partners LLP has attracted an initial four investors.

Neither principal could be reached for comment, but a LinkedIn profile of Tiglao shows that he was formerly  chief operating officer and chief technology officer  at Mera Capital Management; chief technology officer at not-for-profit The Investment Fund for Foundations; and director of investment operations at Liberty Ridge Capital.


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