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eVestment's Top Hedge Funds In June 2020

This month's peek at the viewing habits of eVestment's subscribers shows that 1060 Capital Management's 1060 Capital Opportunity Fund was the product most viewed overall by the investors and their advisers who subscribe to eVestment's platform in June, maintaining their Number 1 spot from last month. Gladstone Capital Management's Lasker Master Fund was second, and RenTec's Institutional Equities Fund was third.

Global: Most Viewed Alternatives Products June 2020
  Most Viewed Product's Firm Name Most Viewed Product
  1060 Capital Management  1060 Capital Opportunity Fund, LP
New Gladstone Capital Management LLP  Lasker Master Fund
New Renaissance Technologies LLC  Renaissance Institutional Equities Fund (RIEF) LLC
New Canyon Capital Advisors LLC  Canyon Value Realization Master Fund, L.P.
New Schroder Investment Management Limited  Schroders Securitized Credit Fund
New Varadero Capital, L.P.  Varadero Master Fund , L.P.
New Moon Capital Management LP  Moon Capital Global Equity Partners Fund
New Graham Capital Management L.P  Graham Quant Macro Portfolio
New GoldenTree Asset Management, LP  GoldenTree Master Fund
New Millennium Management  Millennium Partners, L.P.

Regionally, Gladstone Capital's Lasker Master fund was the most viewed product in Asia ex-Japan, RenTec's Institutional Equities Fund was the most viewed product in the United States, and there were wins for Sirios Capital Management's Sirios Capital Partners II (United Kingdom), Dynamica Global Investment's Dynamica Energy Trading Strategy (Africa/Middle East), GoldenTree Asset Management's Master Fund (Europe ex-UK) and TT International Asset Management's Mid-Cap Europe Long/Short Fund (Japan).

Regional: Most Viewed Alternatives Products June 2020
Investor/Consultant Location Most Viewed Products by Region
Africa/Middle East Dynamica Global Investments: Dynamica Energy Trading Startegy
Asia ex-Japan Gladstone Capital Management LLP: Lasker Master Fund
Europe ex-UK GoldenTree Asset Management, LP: GoldenTree Master Fund
Japan TT International Asset Management Ltd.: TT Mid-Cap Europe Long/Short Fund Limited Class A
United Kingdom Sirios Capital Management L.P.: Sirios Capital Partners II, L.P.
United States Renaissance Technologies LLC: Renaissance Institutional Equities Fund (RIEF) LLC

At the firm level, London-listed Man Group took the top spot, with the firm's AHL TargetRisk strategy the most viewed product managed by the firm. Bridgewater came in second, with Pure Alpha the Connecticut-based firm's most viewed product last month, and Renaissance Technologies was third.

Global: Most Viewed Alternatives Firms June 2020
  Firm Name Firm's Most Viewed Product
  Man Group Man AHL TargetRisk
  Bridgewater Associates, LP Bridgewater Pure Alpha Strategy
New Renaissance Technologies LLC Renaissance Institutional Equities Fund (RIEF) LLC
New IFM Investors Pty Ltd IFM Global Infrastructure (Canada), L.P.
  CQS CQS Diversified Fund (SPC) Limited - Segregated Portfolio Alpha
New Schroder Investment Management Limited Schroders Securitized Credit Fund
New Mariner Investment Group, LLC Mariner Glen Oaks Master Fund L.P.
New Graham Capital Management L.P Graham Quant Macro Portfolio
  AQR Capital Management LLC DELTA Strategy
New BlackRock Global Event Driven

Regionally, Man Group took Europe ex-UK, RenTec took the United States, Sirios took the UK, UBS Asset Management took Asia ex-Japan, Ayaltis won Africa/Middle East and TT International led Japan last month.

Regional: Most Viewed Alternatives Firms June 2020
Investor/Consultant Location Most Viewed Firms by Region
Africa/Middle East Ayaltis AG
Asia ex-Japan UBS Asset Management
Europe ex-UK Man Group
Japan TT International Asset Management Ltd.
United Kingdom Sirios Capital Management L.P.
United States Renaissance Technologies LLC

The leading rising product - those with the mist significant increase percentage-wise over their last 12 months' rolling average - went to Schroder's Securitised Credit Fund. Gladstone's Lasker Master Fund came in second and Moon Capital Management's Global Equity Partners Fund was third.

Global: Rising Alternatives Products June 2020 vs. Prior 12 Months
  Rising Product's Firm Name Rising Product
New Schroder Investment Management Limited  Schroders Securitized Credit Fund
New Gladstone Capital Management LLP  Lasker Master Fund
New Moon Capital Management LP  Moon Capital Global Equity Partners Fund
New Varadero Capital, L.P.  Varadero Master Fund , L.P.
New 1060 Capital Management  1060 Capital Opportunity Fund, LP
New Barnegat Fund Management Inc  Barnegat Fund Ltd
New CQS  CQS Diversified Fund (SPC) Limited - Segregated Portfolio Alpha
New Mariner Investment Group, LLC  Mariner Glen Oaks Master Fund L.P.
New GoldenTree Asset Management, LP  GoldenTree Master Fund
New CoreCommodity Management  CoreCommodity Program - Diversified I

At the firm level, IFM Investors won out, with the firm's Global Instrastructure (Australia) Trust the product which received the largest percentage increase vs its rolling 12-month average. Mariner Investment Group's Glen Oaks Master Fund was second, and CQS's Diversified Fund (SPC) Ltd - Segregated Portfolio Alpha was third.

Global: Rising Alternatives Firms June 2020 vs. Prior 12 Months
  Firm Name Firm's Rising Product
New IFM Investors Pty Ltd IFM Global Infrastructure (Australia) Trust
New Mariner Investment Group, LLC Mariner Glen Oaks Master Fund L.P.
  CQS CQS Diversified Fund (SPC) Limited - Segregated Portfolio Alpha
New Schroder Investment Management Limited Schroders Securitized Credit Fund
New Magnetar Capital LLC Magnetar Constellation Fund, Ltd.
New Levin Capital Strategies, LP BI-DIRECTIONAL DISEQUILIBRIUM FUND LP
New CoreCommodity Management CoreCommodity Program - Diversified I
New Canyon Capital Advisors LLC Canyon Value Realization Master Fund, L.P.
New Man Group Man AHL TargetRisk
New Gladstone Capital Management LLP Lasker Master Fund

 


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