Asian managers add money into own hedge funds


HONG KONG: Asian hedge-fund managers are putting more money into their funds, seeking to project confidence after the industry's worst performance streak since the 2008 financial crisis spurred redemptions.

Founders and employees of Asian firms including Greenwoods Asset Management, Doric Capital, LBN Advisers, SPQ Asia Capital and Zeal Asset Management are among those who put more personal wealth into their own hedge funds since a China equities rout started in June.

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