Czech Asset Management rises from the ashes of FrontPoint Partners

December 27th, 2011
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It looks like the end of scandal ridden FrontPoint Partners has finally come. Hedge Tracker has learned that Stephen Czech is leaving the firm with his investment team to setup Czech Asset Management.

According to the New York Post, Czech Asset Management will manage the FrontPoint Direct Lending hedge fund, which Stephen Czech managed and helped launch while at FrontPoint Partners. The direct lending hedge fund, which was the last remaining active fund in FrontPoint’s platform, reportedly has assets under management of approximately $1.1 billion.
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Czech Asset Management
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Related People: Daniel Waters; Gil Caffray*; James G. Webb; Michael John Kelly; Paul Ghaffari*; Philip Duff*; Stephen Czech
Related Entities: Czech Direct Lending Fund; Czech Partners; FrontPoint Direct Lending hedge fund; FrontPoint Partners*; Czech Asset Management; FrontPoint Consumer and Industrials; FrontPoint Financial Services; FrontPoint Healthcare; FrontPoint Quantitative Macro; FrontPoint Volatility Opportunities; Morgan Stanley Investment Management
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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