Quantile Technologies (Quantile), a provider of portfolio optimisation services for hedge funds and other financial institutional engaged in OTC derivative transactions, has secured a USD51 million (GBP38 million) minority investment from Spectrum Equity
Carne Group, a digitally driven platform for the asset management industry, has secured a EUR100 million investment from Vitruvian Partners.
Norwegian Block Exchange (NBX) has secured a NOK60 million investment arranged by sole manager and book runner Pareto Securities – a leading investment bank in the Nordics.
FalconX, an all-in-one platform for institutions trading cryptocurrency, has secured an investment from American Express Ventures.
LFIS Capital (LFIS), a European quantitative asset management firm, has formed a strategic partnership with Walter Global Asset Management (Walter GAM), a private equity platform specialising in the asset management industry.
Fireblocks has raised USD30 million in Series B funding, bringing its cumulative fundraising to USD46 million. This round was led by Paradigm with participation from existing investors, Cyberstarts, Tenaya Capital, Swisscom, Galaxy Digital, Digital Currency Group (DCG), and Cedar Hill Capital.
Cloud-based technology company Eleven has announced the beta release of new technology that transforms how investments in private equity funds and hedge funds are made.
Bixin Ventures has launched a USD100 million proprietary capital fund to support the global blockchain ecosystem and infrastructure necessary for the future of open finance through a permissionless and decentralised network.
Marshall Wace, the long-running high-profile hedge fund set up by Sir Paul Marshall and Ian Wace, has taken a 3 per cent share in IAG, the owner of British Airways, Iberia, and Aer Lingus, in a reported bargain swoop for stocks and sectors hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Ex-Fortress partner Baer’s new litigation finance vehicle Contingency Capital pairs with Tetragon fund management unit
TFG Asset Management, the alternative investment management unit of Tetragon led by Reade Griffith, is taking a minority stake in Contingency Capital, a new litigation finance-focused fund manager founded by ex-Fortress Investment Group partner and managing director Brandon Baer.