TIG Securitized Fund Returns Falling With Credit Quality

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Rupert Hargreaves
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In 2014, the – TIG Securitized Asset Fund, a long/short credit fund launched in October 2012, was recognized as 2013’s Best New Fund by Hedge Fund Intelligence’s Absolute Return awards. Following this accolade, in 2016 the fund was picked as one of the world’s top 100 hedge funds by Barron’s beating, well-known names such as Tiger Global and Tiger Ratan with a three-year compound annual return of 13.6% at the time and $852 million of assets under management. [timeless] For exclusive access to hedge funds: Hidden Value Stocks  Unfortunately, TIG’s returns have deteriorated since 2015. After returning 5.3% in 2012, 20.1% in…

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