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Saint-Gobain To Acquire Italian Company H-old From Arcadia Small Cap

<p>Saint-Gobain has acquired 100% of the share capital of the Italian company h-old from private equity fund Arcadia Small Cap. Founded in 1982, h-old designs, manufactures and distributes &ndash; mostly in Europe &ndash; specialty adhesive tapes for various high-performance applications for industrial and automotive markets. Its sales should be around &euro;25 million in 2016.</p>
Read by 57% of LPs August 11, 2016

Equity Venture Partners, Microequities Launch Joint $15M VC Fund

Startup advisory firm&nbsp;Equity Venture Partners&nbsp;and small cap fund manager&nbsp;Microequities&nbsp;have teamed up to launch a A$20-million ($15.4 million) venture fund chasing&nbsp;&ldquo;exceptional founders.&rdquo;
Read by 39% of LPs March 25, 2016

IK Investment Partners Raises EUR 277M For Debut Small Cap Fund

IK Investment Partners (“IK” or “the Firm”), a European private equity advisory group with Nordic roots, is pleased to announce that it has closed its first fund focused on the small cap market, the IK Small Cap I Fund (“IK Small Cap I” or “the Fund”), at its hard cap.&nbsp;
Read by 58% of LPs March 14, 2016

For Fast-Growing Family Office, It’s Perks That Seal The Deal

Walk around the headquarters of Silvercrest Asset Management Group, and you’ll feel like a little piece of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello landed atop a New York skyscraper. Antique maps of Virginia de...
Read by 50% of LPs February 09, 2016

The Richest Family Offices, Ranked

Our ranking is based on data compiled by Bloomberg from information self-reported by multifamily offices.
Read by 49% of LPs January 12, 2016

Balter Converts Pair Of Hedge Funds To Alternative Mutual Funds

While new leverage rules proposed by the SEC may force some liquid alternatives to retool their investment approach or convert to private funds, there remains a steady flow of voluntary conversions in the opposite direction. Long/short equity is the original &ldquo;hedged fund&rdquo; strategy, as pioneered by Alfred W. Jones in the late 1940s, and it&rsquo;s a strategy that&rsquo;s well-suited to the modern regulatory environment of &rsquo;40 Act mutual funds. Thus, with mainstream investors increasingly looking to diversify their exposures through alternatives, and alternative asset managers continually looking to diversify their client base by expanding into the retail market, it&rsquo;s no...
Read by 33% of LPs January 06, 2016

Balter Converts L/S Small Cap Equity, Event Driven Hedge Funds To Liquid Alts

Liquid alternatives specialist Balter Capital Management has announced the conversions of two existing hedge funds into liquid mutual fund wrappers. read more
Read by 60% of LPs December 23, 2015

Transactional Activity In The Energy Sector - Market Snapshot

For many decades, the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) has offered great opportunities for petroleum exploration and production.&nbsp;
Read by 53% of LPs November 25, 2015

BofAML: Hedge Funds Sell NASDAQ 100, Continue Unwinding S&P 500 Shorts

Hedge funds sold NASDAQ 100 contracts for the first time in Q4/15 after buying in consecutive months to accumulate the most contracts since September 2012, according to the latest issue of Bank of America Merrill Lynch&rsquo;s Hedge Fund Monitor. Moreover, they have continued to unwind short positions in the S&amp;P 500, slashing short contracts by 63% from the October 6 high. BofAML&rsquo;s Investable Hedge Fund Composite index was down 0.25% for the week through November 18, but remains up 0.83% QTD and down 2.24% YTD. CTAs led the charge in the period, up 1.92%, while Convertible Arb lagged the most,...
Read by 32% of LPs November 23, 2015

Why is Investor Confidence in TherapeuticsMD Inc (TXMD) so Low?

There are several ways to beat the market, and investing in small cap stocks has historically been one of them. We like to improve our odds of beating the market further by examining what famous hedge fund operators such as Carl Icahn and George Soros think. Those hedge fund operators make billions of dollars each year by hiring the best and the brightest to do research on stocks, including small-cap stocks that big brokerage houses simply don&rsquo;t cover. Because of Carl Icahn and other elite funds&rsquo; exemplary historical records, we pay attention to their small-cap picks. In this article, we...
Read by 43% of LPs