Hedge Fund Lions' Den: Managers voice concerns over lack of investment

Emerging managers get up close and personal with industry experts in episode four of Hedge Fund Lions’ Den. Aperios, Laurentia and Strategis have a chance to learn from the lions

Emerging managers have quality time to discuss their concerns with the lions

Hedge Fund Lions' Den continues with encounters, part one. This is a chance for each manager to have quality time with the lions.

First to have a one-on-one session is Neil Meadows from Laurentia Funds, talking about how to grow and expand his fund with Stanley Fink at ISAM.

Next in the queue are Christina McGuire and Gordon Eichhorst from Aperios Partners Investment talking with Luke Ellis at Man about investor interest in emerging markets.

Aberdeen Asset Management's Andrew McCaffery explains to Meadows what investors want from the funds in which they invest.

Aperios has a chat with Fink about capacity constraints while McCaffery talks with Strategis Capital Management about prioritisation.

The last two sessions see Ellis discussing trade objectives with Meadows while Eichhorst and McGuire are quizzed by McCaffery about investment style.

Episode five, which airs December 13, continues the one-to-one conversations. The lions make their decision on how to allocate to each manager on December 16 in episode six.

Watch episode 4 of Hedge Fund Lions' Den

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