Value Hedge Funds Close Despite Plethora Of Deals In Asia

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Rupert Hargreaves
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This year, a number of high-profile hedge funds that follow the value discipline, have closed their doors. The latest is Three Bays Capital, which announced plans to close at the end of last month, following years of week performance. Started in 2013 by former Highfields Capital Management money manager Matthew Sidman, Three Bays Capital once managed as much as $1.6 billion but has been struggling to find any attractive investment opportunities in recent years.

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