The benefits of diversity

Neal Berger, chief investment officer at New York’s Apogee Capital Partners, is one of a few managers active in niche strategies. By Arielle Weliky


Apogee is a multi-strategy arbitrage fund with just $150 million under management – and Neal Berger, founder and chief investment officer, is happy to stay small, trading where larger rivals cannot achieve meaningful returns.

Environmental credit trading is one such focus. This emerging business demands specialist knowledge and solid industry contacts. And while many hedge funds claim to be active in it, it is still a nascent market. Chicago-based research and data firm Hedge Fund Research does

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