Julian Robertson’s Newest Tiger Cub – Tiger Capital Launches in Asia

November 16th, 2012
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Julian Robertson, the legendary investor and successful benefactor of a number of start-up hedge funds, is backing a new Asia-based hedge fund. According to Reuters, Tiger Capital will be a reincarnation of Hong Kong-based Tiger Asia Management, which was closed amidst a regulatory investigation.

Run Ye, Junji Takegami and Hoyon Hwang, all formerly of Tiger Asia Management, will run Tiger Capital. 80-year old Julian Robertson expects to capitalize on the emergence of successful new startup companies as well as the negativity of fraud that pervades in the region, which makes it, in his opinion, ‘the best area in the world” to operate a hedge fund.
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Tiger Asia Management*
Tiger Management
Related People: Alex Robertson; Bill Hwang (Sung-Kook Hwang); John Townsend; Julian Robertson; Julian Robertson
Related Entities: Tiger Asia; Tiger Asia hedge funds; Tiger Asia Overseas Fund Ltd; Tiger Consumer; Tiger Global; Tiger Management; Tiger Management LLC; Tiger Shark Management; Tiger Veda; Tiger Asia Fund LP; Tiger Asia Management LLC; Tiger Fund *; Tiger Jaguar Fund*; Tiger Management Corp; Tiger Management LP; Tiger Puma*
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Hedge Fund Jobs, Hirings and Firings; Hedge Fund Launches and Hedge Fund Closings


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