Floating in a northerly direction...

As Polar Capital heads towards an admission to London's AIM market, its CEO Mark Kary explains to David Walker its plans, and how it has kept its entrepreneurial culture despite surpassing $3bn in assets

One might ask why two long-only fund managers at a leading investment bank running technology stock money in the super-heated environment of the late 1990s dot.com bubble would resign, to establish a specialist investment house with the somewhat cooler name of Polar Capital Partners.

Six years later, as the London boutique now named Polar Capital Holdings plans to list on the AIM market in February, with 15 funds including nine hedge funds and six long-only products including separate mandates

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