Mergers & acquisitions (M&A)
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Basel III capital requirements in Korea expected to dampen down M&A and ramp up issuance of subordinated debt
US asset manager Principal Global Investors acquires majority stake in FoHF manager as traditional distributors move into the struggling sector
Man Group is looking at opportunities for acquisitions and establishing a larger presence in the US hedge fund market.
UBS-dominated management team formed as Getco prepares to take over Knight Capital
The past couple of months have seen six established hedge funds sell minority stakes to large fund managers, including Neuberger Berman and GAM
Concordia Advisors, which manages around $1 billion in relative value-oriented interest rate, credit and equity strategies, is to merge with $10 billion hedge fund Mariner Investment Group.
Private equity fund Dyal Capital Partners has made its fifth hedge fund investment with the purchase of a minority stake in MKP, a hedge fund manager specialising in global macro and credit strategi...
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