Sticky money

This month, Hedge Funds Review interviews fund of fund group Cadogan Management and finds that Japanese managers top their list of favoured hedge fund styles

Stuart Leaf, Paul Isaac and Michael Waldron, are the three principals who own Cadogan Management, a fund of funds firm headquartered in New York managing $375m. The firm started with its first fund in April 1995.

Waldron explains: 'Our clients are primarily large banks and insurance companies from the US, Europe and Japan.' The investor base is a mixture of high net worth individuals, endowments, foundations and institutions.

Cadogan aims for mid-teen returns with low volatility. 'What

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