Highbridge adds Constellation Growth’s VC Capabilities

May 5th, 2009
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The Financial Times reports that venture capital group Constellation Growth Capital will be joining the “Principal Strategies” division of Highbridge Capital Management, a New York-based hedge fund firm that is majority owned by JPMorgan Chase. Constellation focuses on investments in the Tech, Media and Telecom industries. Prior to JPMorgan’s 2007 purchase of Bear Stearns, Constellation was a division of Bear Stearns Asset Management. The announcement further demonstrates Highbridge’s commitment to build a diversified asset management business beyond its core hedge fund business.
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Related People: Glenn Dubin; Henry Swieca*; Mary Callahan Erdoes (JPM); Scott Kapnick; Todd Builione
Related Entities: Highbridge Capital LP; Highbridge Convertible Arbitrage Opportunities Fund; Highbridge Event Driven Relative Value Fund LP; Highbridge Long Short Equity Fund LP; Highbridge Statistical Market Neutral mutual fund; JPMorgan Chase & Co
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