Brevan Howard Asset Management plans IPO for BH Catalysts Fund

October 17th, 2010
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Global macro hedge fund manager Brevan Howard Asset Management recently announced its intentions to launch BH Catalysts, a new initial public offering that will be listed on the London stock exchange in December. According to Pensions and Investments, the fund will be a closed-end feeder fund and will invest the bulk of its assets in the Brevan Howard Credit Catalysts Master Fund. David Warren, who is currently CEO and chief investment officer of Brevan Howard’s DW Investment Management unit, will oversee the new fund.

Brevan Howard Asset Management is a global hedge fund manager founded in 2002 by a group of former members of the Credit Suisse First Boston Developed Market Rates trading team. The firm also has two additional publicly-traded feeder funds, BH Macro and BH Global, which invest in the Brevan Howard Master, Equity Strategies Master, Asia Master, Emerging Markets Strategies Master and the Strategic Opportunities hedge funds. Brevan Howard currently manages $32 billion overall.
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Brevan Howard Asset Management
Related People: Alan Howard; Christopher Rochos; James Vernon; Jean-Phillipe Blodget; Trifon Natsis
Related Entities: BH Global; BH Macro; Brevan Howard Asia Fund; Brevan Howard Credit Catalysts; Brevan Howard Emerging Market Strategies Fund; Brevan Howard Macro FX; Brevan Howard Master Fund Ltd; Swiss Reinsurance
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Hedge Fund Launches and Hedge Fund Closings

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