Renaissance Investment Management - April 2007

While the bread and butter of Moscow-headquartered Renaissance Investment Management’s (RIM) clientele s currently Russian high-net-worth individuals and ome domestic pension funds, the alternative products division with an eclectic range of hedge funds is eadying itself to diversify its investor base and grow ts assets by up to 60% in the coming months.

As emerging markets, Russia hedge funds generally have taken off and have shown little sign of slowing, RIM is re-opening three of the dollar-denominated hedge funds in the alternative products group, and aims to take in up to $450m in new money, to add to the roughly $750m already in the hedge funds the diversified group manages out of its alternative products group in Moscow.

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Sergey Bubnov (pictured, right), director and head of alternative products said new tranches for the group’s

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