Duo Unveil Flagship Fund

Feb 21 2012 | 1:22am ET

A new hedge fund founded by Kingdom Capital Management and Bennelong Asset Management veterans has launched its maiden hedge fund.

New York-based Queenscliff Partners has held initial rollouts for the Queenscliff Fund and an offshore fund, HFMWeek reports. The new firm is the brainchild of Phillip Towzell and Pak-Chee Yeoh. The latter spent 12 years managing emerging markets assets at Kingdon, and the former worked at Bennelong for five years.

Queenscliff specializes in global macro emerging markets investing.


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