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Selections from Recent Issues


INTL FCStone Enters Prime-Brokerage Field

Commodity-futures broker INTL FCStone soon will begin offering prime-brokerage services to funds that invest in securities.

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Solar Capital Pitches Leveraged-Loan Vehicle

Private-debt investor Solar Capital is marketing a fund that would buy and originate loans to highly leveraged mid-size businesses.

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Apollo Offering Credit Tail-Risk Protection

Apollo Global is developing a product to protect investors against severe deteriorations in credit-market conditions.

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Former Citadel Quant Chief Planning a Launch

Jonathan Graham, the former head of Citadel’s quantitative-investing unit, is laying the groundwork for his own investment business.

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Paul Isaac's Investors Enduring Difficult Year

The flagship fund of Paul Isaac’s Arbiter Partners is on track for its worst annual performance since 2011.

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Pagoda Co-Founder Goes Back to Highbridge

Adam Bernstein has returned to Highbridge Capital to launch a new strategy based on a novel approach to sector research.

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Partner Conflict Topples Profitable Fund

A rift between the two partners of Arrow Ridge Capital is forcing the TPG Capital-backed hedge fund to shut down, despite solid returns.

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Deep Basin Assets Swell Amid Strong Demand

A year after launching an energy-stock fund, Deep Basin Capital is putting investors on notice that its subscription window could close before...

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Ex-Paulson Pro Inks Seeding Deal for Soleus

Former Paulson & Co. executive Guy Levy has secured a seed investment from an affiliate of Stone Point Capital.

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Big Redemption Leads AidennLair to Close

Former Tricadia Capital executive Ari Benjamin is shutting down his AidennLair Capital two years after launching with a big chunk of seed capital from...

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LPs: "More to Be Done" on Lowering Fees

After 10 years of pressuring fund operators to reduce fees, most institutional investors are dissatisfied with the lack of progress.

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Diagnosis Leads Brody to Shut Sutton Square

Sutton Square Capital has wound down after founder Ken Brody learned he is seriously ill.

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