Lazard Asset Management has re-opened its Technology Opportunities Fund to investment and will aim to reach up to $500m before hitting its ceiling. As previously reported in Hedge Funds Review, the fund has switched to its mandate global technology stocks after initially trading only European equities since its launch in November 2000.
Currently managing $180m, the fund reopened on 1 October and Lazard said it has a waiting list of interested clients from a broad array of private and
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