Klingenstein Fields Raises $13M For New Asia-Focused Hedge Fund

Dec 16 2010 | 9:10am ET

New York-based wealth manager Klingenstein Fields & Co. has raised $13 million for the Klingenstein Fields Asia Fund, according to regulatory filings.
 
James Fields, president of Klingenstein Fields & Co., is listed as the executive officer for the new fund.
 
Klingenstein Fields was founded in 1989 by Fred Klingenstein and Kenneth Fields, both of whom had formerly worked at Wertheim & Co, a merchant bank co-founded by Klingenstein’s father, Joseph.
 
The firm focuses primarily on equities and specializes in managing money for families and high net worth individuals. 

Klingenstein Fields Chief Compliance Officer Jonathan Roberts told FINalternatives the company has an estimated $3.9 billion in assets under management.


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