Vulpes Investment Management Attracts Tudor Investment Corp’s Eye

April 30th, 2012
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Tudor Proprietary Holdings Ltd., a member of the Tudor Group controlled by Paul Tudor Jones, likes what it sees in a new, proprietary trading technology adopted by Vulpes Investment Management Private Ltd. As reported by Reuters, Tudor Proprietary Holdings Ltd. is investing in the year-old, Singapore-based Vulpes Investment Management which currently manages about $200 million among six hedge funds.

The hedge fund platform is powered by an algorithmic trading software engine developed by Jagger Technologies. Vulpes Investment Management founder Stephen Diggle, who also founded the Singapore mega-fund, Artadis Fund Management, plans on launching the new platform with one fund and then expand it into multiple trading strategies across major global equity markets over time.
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Tudor Investment Corporation
Related People: James Pallotta*; Paul Tudor Jones, II
Related Entities: Altar Rock*; BVI Global Fund Ltd; Raptor Global*; Tudor Investment Corp; Tudor Investments; Tudor Momentum Futures Fund; Tudor Tensor
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