Doshi, Ex-Tiger Management, Plans Similar Hedge Fund

Aug 1 2012 | 1:41pm ET

Tiger Management cub Chase Coleman may soon have a litter of his own.

A former manager at Coleman's high-flying Tiger Global Management will launch his own fund, tentatively by the end of the year, Hedge Fund Alert reports. Amit Doshi, a managing editor and four-year veteran of the firm, left New York-based Tiger Global to prepare his new firm in April.

The new fund will employ a strategy similar to Tiger Global, which was the best-performing billion-dollar hedge fund in the world last year, returning 45%. It will invest in both publicly-listed stocks and private equity-style investments.

Doshi worked at Madison Dearborn Partners before joining Tiger Global.


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