AIMS Readies Greater China L/S Fund

May 18 2007 | 10:59am ET

Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based AIMS Asset Management will launch a long/short Greater China fund in June.The new hedge fund offering was seeded with USD$15 million by GK Goh Holdings, Singapore financial services company, and AIMS.

The fund’s strategy and style will be very similar to that of a structured product dubbed AIMS Absolute China Certificate, which has over the past three-and-a-half years achieved 25% annualized returns, according to the firm.

AIMS’ China Certificate was a collaboration with ABN AMRO to provide German retail investors with exposure to a single-manager hedge fund strategy.

Terry Wainwright, who also managed the certificate product, will serve as the portfolio manager for the new China Fund.


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