Man Group Acquires 50% of credit specialist Ore Hill Partners

March 31st, 2008
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Man Group plc announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire 50% of credit-focused hedge fund manager Ore Hill Partners LLC. As part of the transaction, Ore Hill will acquire 50% of Pemba Credit Advisers, a subsidiary of Man Group, to create a global credit business.

Ore Hill was founded in 2002 by Benjamin Nickoll and Frederick Wahl. Mr. Nickoll was formerly an advisor to Midway Capital Partners and Co-Head of Morgan Stanley’s high yield trading group. The firm manages series of hedge funds including the Ore Hill Fund LP, Ore Hill International Ltd and Ore Hill Hub Fund Ltd.
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Man Group plc
Ore Hill Capital
Ore Hill Capital
Related People: Alok Makhija; Alok Makhija; Ben Nickoll; Ben Nickoll; Emmanuel Roman; Fritz Wahl; Fritz Wahl; Jon Aisbitt
Related Entities: Ore Hill Fund LP, Ore Hill International Ltd; Ore Hill Fund LP, Ore Hill International Ltd; Ore Hill Hub Fund Ltd; Ore Hill Hub Fund Ltd; Ore Hill Portfolios; Ore Hill Portfolios; Pemba Credit Advisers; Pemba Credit Advisers; AHL; BlueCrest Capital Management; GLG Partners; Man Global Strategies; Man Investments; Ore Hill Partners Capital Management LLC; Ore Hill Partners Capital Management LLC
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News; Investment Management and Hedge Fund Firm Mergers, Acquisitions, Spin-offs and Transactions

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