Monthly Archives: December 2016

June-Yon Kim

June-Yon Kim

June-Yon Kim and Oleg Zuravljov, former colleagues at Fidelity Japan, have set up Azabu Value Partners to manage a Japan-focused fundamental equity long/short strategy. The strategy is focused on bottom-up selection of Japanese large-cap stocks with a derivative overlay. In addition to his long Fidelity career, Kim was a partner in Hachibushu Capital and Zuravljov spent time at firms such as Gartmore and Shared Research. The new fund manager is housed at Rogers Investment Advisors in Tokyo.

Oleg Zuravljov

Oleg Zuravljov

According to Eurekahedge, as of the end of November hedge funds are up an estimated 3.53% for the year.

Bart Broadman

Bart Broadman

New York-headquartered Alphadyne Asset Management, with US$4.8bn in AUM, plans to spin-out its Asian arm in Singapore into a separate company. Co-founder Bart Broadman will be CIO of the Asian firm. The Asia team is understood to be managing about US$2bn, including US$1bn from Alphadyne’s global fund. Broadman, who had a long career at JP Morgan, is also a board member of DBS Group and he serves on the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Investment Committee.

Boyer Allan co-founder Nicholas Allan is making a comeback as an investor and adviser to the GNY Asia Fund, according to the fund’s Singapore-based portfolio manager Amit Sharma.

Amar Anand at Tybourne Capital in Hong Kong is understood to be leaving the firm to set up his own Asia-focused hedge fund. Auroville Investment Management is expected to launch its equity long/short fund in April 2017.