Ziad Tabet, Jabre Capital veteran, to Launch Event-Driven focused Amakor Capital Management

November 7th, 2014
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Internal sources have revealed plans by former Jabre Capital hedge fund manager, Ziad Tabet, to launch a new Europe-focused, event-driven hedge fund. According to Bloomberg News, the new hedge fund, named Amakor Capital Management LLP, will seek to capitalize on the growing appetite for event-driven strategies in Europe.

Ziad Tabet, who ran the Jabcap Event Driven Fund Ltd. for nearly four years, will be joined by former Falcon Money Management LLP executive, Sean Burnard.

Following its launch, Amakor Capital will be eligible to joins it fellow recently launched hedge funds on Hedge Tracker’s The Top Emerging Manager List.
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Jabre Capital Partners
Related People: Philippe Jabre
Related Entities: GLG Partners*; JABCAP; Jabre Capital Partners; Jabre Captial Fund; PF(LUX) – Convertible Bonds
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