Emerging Market Hedge Funds Outperform in another Sub-Par Year; BTG Pactual & Contrarian Capital Lead the Way

October 22nd, 2012
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A few hedge funds that have bet heavily on emerging markets are reaping double-digit gains in a year of sub-par returns for the hedge fund industry. As reported by Reuters, Emerging market-focused hedge funds have posted an average year-to-date return of nearly 8 percent versus the industry average of 5 percent.

Individually, BTG Pactual Global Emerging Markets and Macro Fund, and Contrarian Capital Management gained 20 percent and 13.3 percent, respectively. On the other end of the spectrum some emerging market-focused hedge funds have been slammed, such as the Louis Bacon’s Moore Emerging Equity Long/Short Fund, which is off 16.4 percent.
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Contrarian Capital Management
Moore Capital Management
Related People: Gil Tenzer; Greg Coffey; Henry Bedford*; Janice Stanton; Jean-Philippe Blochet; Jon Bauer; Louis Bacon
Related Entities: Contrarian Capital Fund; Contrarian Capital Senior Secured; Contrarian Equity Fund; Contrarian Long Short; Moore Capital Emerging Markets; Moore Global Fixed Income; Moore Japan Restructuring; Remington Investment Strategies; Valence Capital Management
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Hedge Fund Spotlight Reports


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