Aslan House Capital, a London-based event-driven equity and credit-focused hedge fund, is to shut its doors three years after launching, and will return capital to investors.
Established in November 2019 by Luke Lynch, a former deputy CIO and managing partner at event-driven hedge fund Oceanwood Capital who had earlier worked at Paul Tudor Jones’ long-running hedge fund giant Tudor Capital, Aslan had seen assets under management grow to around $375 million.
In 2021, the firm was boosted after securing a strategic partnership with Investcorp-Tages, the global multi-manager and . . .
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