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ChinaRock’s strategy is to get in on the ground floor and then cash in big when companies are eventually sold or launch hotly contested public offerings.
The backing comes at a time when investors are balking at high fees and disappointing returns from the industry’s biggest managers.
If successful, it will be the biggest dollar buyout pool raised by the firm, which started in 2005 with $20 million from Yale University’s endowment.
An estimated 37 Asia-focused hedge funds started in 2017, the least since Eurekahedge started tracking data in 2000.
This comes at a time when funds betting on rising and falling stocks in Asia have gained more than 12 percent this year.
Assets managed by wealthy clans in the region have grown to more than $17 trillion.
Initial capital has been pledged by institutions including HS Group, a HK-based strategic investor.
BlueCrest opened the office in 2014 to house the Asian stock team.
OCP Asia raised $200 million for a fund that will lend directly to small- and medium-sized companies as banks have pulled back on loans they deem risky. OCP’s private equity-like fund, Landmark II, completed fundraising earlier this year to bring the amount of assets the firm managed to $1.3 billion… Read more »
CIC, which is based in Beijing, had a 3 percent loss on its overseas investments last year, the first decline in four years, as commodity prices sank, while stock and bond returns were damped by negative interest rates and the strong U.S. dollar.