Justin Klintberg’s Kima Capital sees assets under management Surge

October 11th, 2010
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Justin Klintberg’s Kima Capital Management has grown its hedge fund assets fivefold since its July 2009 founding. According to Bloomberg, Kima Capital’s Pan Asian Long/Short Equity Fund, which launched with $7.7 million, now manages almost $40 million, and has succeeded in winning investments from smaller allocators in Asia, including family offices and smaller funds of hedge funds.

Kima Capital Management is an event-driven fund focused on Asia. Mr. Klintberg, a former manager at Marble Bar Asset Management, is the fund’s chief investment officer, and leads the fund alongside CEO Michael Gallagher.
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