Profiles

The Evolution of Man

CEO Luke Ellis explains his plans for Man Group, Europe’s largest hedge fund manager


Hedging in healthcare

London-based Medex Capital is building its global healthcare strategy around the sector’s scientific advances and cutting-edge research

Long-term aims

After four years leading AIMA, CEO Jack Inglis explains the trade group’s current priorities – and how it serves its growing membership



A career in credit

Former BlueCrest and CQS manager Oliver Dobbs launched Credere Capital to home in on opportunities brought about by technological change and regulatory reform


Staying power

Finisterre Capital remains an active player in emerging markets investing after more than 15 years in the game


Betting on Blockchain: EuroHedge meets Philippe Jabre

Industry veteran gives his view on markets, returns and Greg Coffey in major interview


Trend setter: EuroHedge meets Leda Braga

Three years on from her split with BlueCrest, Brazilian hedge fund manager Leda Braga is enjoying independent life


West Side Story

How Jerry del Missier’s Copper Street Capital is making gains from continued European bank upheaval – from a quiet office in a Thameside Berkshire town


Swiss neutrality

Elif Aktuğ, whose Agora fund has not had a down year since she joined Pictet from Goldman Sachs, explains her €2bn market-neutral strategy


Meadows back on track in macro with 25% January gain

After big losses in 2015 and 2016, Neil Meadows spent 2017 diversifying his portfolio and reducing volatility. Now his fund has started 2018 with an impressive 25% January gain and he believes the time is right again for discretionary macro to thrive


Quant boutique Aphilion sees pick-up with new approach

The previously high-flying quantitative equity long/short strategy now appears to be back on the right track following a period of sub-par performance, thanks in a large part to the founders’ decision to implement new approaches and stricter limits on the fund’s position sizing and portfolio rebalancing


Trium’s UCITS platform taps fast-accelerating global demand

Independent specialist alternative asset manager Trium Capital is starting to build up good momentum with its investor-focused UCITS fund platform – aiming to add several new funds to the line-up this year to fill out its suite of hedge fund products


Swiss-based Teleios flies high with collaborative activism

The experienced team have racked up 20%+ annual returns in the four years since inception, deploying a value-based strategy based on close engagement with managements and other key stakeholders



Old and new managers take the trophies in a strong year

The 17th EuroHedge Awards brought success for firms old and new – after a year in which many funds and firms across the board posted strong results


CIAM on a roll, lines up new event/activist Ucits fund

Paris and London-based hedge fund is set to launch the Satellite Event Driven UCITS Fund in March


Sydney-based Antipodes expands international reach

Jacob Mitchell’s Sydney-based firm has been building momentum since launch less than three years ago


Capricorn team adapt to ‘new normal’ after 2016 loss

Long-running global emerging markets team at Capricorn Fund Managers implement changes after a big drop in 2016 to get back on the winning track with their high-conviction long/short investment strategy


Sloane Robinson on a roll in 2017 as EM powers gains

Although much smaller now than in years gone by, veteran London-based firm has had a terrific 2017 – achieving good double-digit returns this year across its diverse range of long/short equity strategies