Danny Yong’s Singapore-based Dymon Asia Capital Exceeds Billion Dollar Mark

August 6th, 2011
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Dymon Asia Capital, a Singapore-based hedge fund, has doubled assets under management to over $1 billion. According to Bloomberg News, CEO, Danny Yong said that the Dymon Asia Macro Fund gained over 13 percent year-to-date on assets of $900 million. Yong’s team also manages the Dymon Asia Currency Value Fund, which has under $200 million in assets.

According to HedgeFund Intelligence, Dymon Asia Capital joins an elite league of billion dollar hedge funds in Asia, which includes Morgan Sze’s Azentus Capital and Nick Taylor’s Senrigan Capital.

Singapore-based Dymon Asia Capital was formed in 2008 with $113 million in startup capital from Connecticut-based Tudor Investment Corporation.
For Detailed Investor Profiles on these Investors, click below:
Azentus Capital
Senrigan Capital
Tudor Investment Corporation
Related People: Bruce Kirk; Chris Nash (COO); James Pallotta*; Jeffrey Zielinski; Jenny Sun Kin-nam; Julia Tsai; Kevin Kwong; Mohan Rajasooria; Morgan Sze; Nick Taylor; Paul Tudor Jones, II; Roger Denby-Jones; Yasu Kuga
Related Entities: Azentus Capital Partners; Altar Rock*; Azentus Capital Limited; Blackstone Group; BVI Global Fund Ltd; Modal Capital Partners*; Raptor Global*; Senrigan Capital Group; Senrigan Capital Group Ltd; Senrigan Master Fund; Tudor Investment Corp; Tudor Investments; Tudor Momentum Futures Fund; Tudor Tensor
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