Stratton Street Co-Founder Main Retires

Jul 16 2014 | 12:39pm ET

One of Stratton Street Capital’s four founders has retired from full-time work at the Asia-focused hedge fund.

Andrew Main has stepped down from day-to-day responsibilities at the firm 11 years after its founding. He remains with Stratton Street as a consultant.

Main’s co-founders, Mark Johns, Andy Seaman and Trever Sliwerski, remain as partners and portfolio managers at the Asian fixed-income specialist. The firm has US$1.6 billion in assets under management.


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