Q&A: Symphony Financial's Baran Talks Investing In Japan

Feb 9 2012 | 6:46am ET

David Baran is co-founder of Tokyo and Singapore-based Symphony Financial Partners, an investment manager that specializes in event driven hedge funds and has over $200 million in AUM. Baran spoke with FINalternatives’ Senior Reporter Mary Campbell recently on a wide range of issues, from what to look for in a Japanese company to how to avoid investing in the next Sino-Forest, and many topics in between.


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