Ex-Lehman execs start emerging-markets hedge fund

Fife Whitman and Paul Sheehan reunite to establish John Locke Capital
A new Asian hedge fund commenced operations on April 1st. John Locke Capital started trading via its longshort equity fund, John Locke Capital Emerging Markets Masterfund.

Its principals are Fife Whitman and Paul Sheehan. They originally worked together at Lehman Brothers in Hong Kong, Fife Whitman as a real estate research analyst and Paul Sheehan as head of banksÆ equity research. They then went their separate ways. Whitman ran the Credit Suisse Asset Management office in Hong Kong, then moved back to New York, where he worked for Putnam as a global emerging markets manager, and next to Marathon Asset Management to manage global equity risk. He subsequently opened MarathonÆs office in Hong Kong....
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