Q&A: Cube Capital Founder Sees Opportunity In Distressed Credit, Asia

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Last year, London and Hong Kong-based alternative asset management firm Cube Capital surpassed the $1 billion in AUM-mark as it began to take in money from institutional investors. FINalternatives’ Mary Campbell recently spoke with Francois Buclez, founding partner and CEO of the $1.2 billion asset manager, about growing his firm and its funds, opportunities in distressed credit, and why he likes the Asia story.


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