Brevan Emerging Markets Bond Fund Nets Nearly US$200M

Apr 20 2012 | 2:22am ET

Brevan Howard Asset Management has garnered nearly US$200 million for the emerging markets fixed-income hedge fund it launched last year.

The London-based hedge fund giant said in a regulatory filing it has raised US$194.5 million for the fund from 131 investors. The fund has a US$1 million minimum investment, the Securities and Exchange Commission submission shows, and Brevan plans to keep the vehicle open to new investors.

Brevan opened the fund to investors in June.


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