Monthly Archives: August 2013

Wang Chen (ex-PM at Tiger Global Management) is setting up a Greater China hedge fund strategy at his new firm Serenity Capital.

Japan-focused fund manager Arcus is opening a Singapore office in addition to its London and Tokyo offices. The office will be run by Mark Pearson, who will be joined by Nick Brooks from Tokyo and Peter Sandham from London.

Haye Chan, ex-PM at SAFE Investment Company, the investment arm of China’s foreign exchange reserves, is launching his own hedge fund.

Portfolio manager Guo Feng is leaving MIllennium Management in Hong Kong to set up his own fund management firm, Symmetry Investment Management.

Asian volatility fund manager Expedition Advisors, a firm launched last year, is shutting down following poor performance.

Naga Capital in Hong Kong, founded last year by Yang Yeo and Janice Dunnett, has recruited former Credit Suisse prime broking executive Angeline Wong as COO.

Golvis Investment, a Japan-focused hedge fund firm, has been set up in Singapore by a group of former Goldman Sachs bankers, including Takayuki Kasama and Koji Gotoda.

Global macro portfolio manager Geoffrey Baker has resigned from Ballingal Investment Advisors in Hong Kong.

Phil Do has joined MNJ Capital Management in Singapore. He was most recently at Standard Chartered Bank and was earlier in operations at Tantallon Capital.

Orfi Capital, a new hedge fund firm curently being set up in Hong Kong by former RBS banker Geoffroy Wallier, will focus on investing in Asian corporate credit.