Merrion Investment Managers opens High Alpha hedge fund to new investors

August 25th, 2010
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After establishing itself with three years of solid performance, Merrion Investment Managers has decided to open up its global macro hedge fund to international investors. According to Hedge Funds Review, Merrion’s High Alpha Fund has achieved growth of 103% since its inception in 2007.

Joe O'Dwyer, Merrion Investment’s managing director, is aiming to raise the hedge fund’s asset base from its current $65 million to over $650 million. The hedge fund typically makes concentrated investment bets, primarily in equities.
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