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Michael Nock has amassed a large collection of art during his years in the business but he insists he is not the typical hedge-fund trophy hunter.

Like many high-rolling investors, Michael Nock has amassed a large collection of art during his years in the business, but he insists that he is not the typical hedge-fund trophy hunter for whom art is just another thing at which to win.

Nock started his career as a research analyst and worked for Merrill Lynch and the Man group in Hong Kong before setting up his own hedge fund, Doric Capital named after an order of classical Greek architecture, where he remains a non-executive director.

He also still manages a portfolio for friends and family, which is why there are trading screens set incongruously amid the...

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