Moscow-based Balchug Capital is opening its doors to outside investors, after more than a decade of managing money from mostly high net worth and family office investors.
Balchug Founder and CEO David Amaryan said he has been invested in event-driven and value situations with a focus on Russian and other emerging market equities since 2009. The strategy includes potential M&A transactions, restructurings and spin-offs, and other special situations.
Balchug Founder and CEO David Amaryan (provided)
Balchug, which manages around $250 million in assets, launched an offshore master-feeder fund in . . .
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