Dolomite Ramps Up Marketing Effort For First Fund

Nov 6 2006 | 5:08pm ET

Dolomite Capital Management, the fund of hedge funds launched this summer by a trio of JPMorgan vets, is ramping up marketing efforts for its first fund.

“We just started marketing it, broadly speaking,” explained partner Raj Keswani. The emerging markets fund, which was seeded with capital from a large insurer as well as the firm’s partners, is aiming to attract a clientele of major institutional investors.
 
Dolomite is led by Chairman Jorge Jasson—the retired head of JPMorgan’s global emerging markets business—and partners Raj Keswani, George Grunebaum and the former co-chief of Citigroup’s fund of funds business, Janet Holmes.


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