Former Och-Ziff PM Launching Japan-focused Fund

March 8th, 2011
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Chris Redl, a former portfolio manager at Och-Ziff Capital Management, announced that he will launch a Japan-focused hedge fund with $20 to $30 million capital. The long/short hedge fund plans to invest in Japan’s most liquid, publicly-traded companies. The Carnico Japan Fund is slated to begin trading on April 1st and will invest in 50 to 70 companies that Redl has met with directly, according to Bloomberg. Wolver Hill Advisors LLC is the fund’s anchor investor.
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