Singapore start-up launches small cap fund

Binjai Hill''s Asian Acorn Fund is an absolute return, long bias fund and its investment procedures are audited by a third party.

Binjai Hill, a Singapore-based hedge fund start up, is preparing to launch its equity longshort Asian small cap fund. The aptly named Asian Acorn Fund is due to launch in mid June and will invest in small- and mid-cap stocks between $250 to $1 billion in size in Asia ex-Japan.

We're a directional long-biased fund, says Justin Kendrick, one of Binjai Hill's three principals. Although we take a bottom up approach, we're not purists. We will take macro factors into consideration in our investment process and may conduct pairs trades, as well as short country indices and large cap stocks to protect downside risk. The objective is to...

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