Eikoh Hits US$1 Billion Three Months After Spin Off

Jun 4 2012 | 12:48pm ET

Just three months after splitting from Deutsche Bank, Eikoh Research Investment Management is already among the industry's heavy hitters.

The London-based firm has reached US$1 billion in assets under management. The figure includes both Eikoh's long/short large- and mid-cap Japan hedge fund and some long-only assets, according to HFMWeek.

Eikoh, led by James Pulsford, split from Deutsche Asset Management in March. The firm has since added two operations specialists, Ian Trundle and Stefan Dawidowski, from Altima Partners, which also spun off from Deutsche Bank.


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