Cheetah enters real estate and activist strategies

Hong Kong-based hedge fund consultant looks for returns in niche strategies with longer lock ups.

Cheetah Investments, a Hong Kong-based hedge fund consultant that invests on behalf of its wealthy Asian clients, is preparing the launch of two new funds - a Japanese real estate fund, and a China activist fund. Cheetah's key investor and partner is V-Nee Yeh, a well-known value investor in Hong Kong.

V-Nee Yeh also co-founded Hong Kong's largest home-grown fund manager, Value Partners, which manages over $2 billion in AUM.

Raymond Wong, Cheetah's managing director, says the firm will shortly be launching a Japanese real estate fund, in conjunction with Hong Kong-based real estate specialists, Altus. Altus was founded by Arnold Ip, who spent his career...

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