Touradji Capital Management

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Touradji Capital Management is a hedge fund based in New York City with some $3.5 billion under management.[1]

It was founded by Paul Touradji in January, 2005 [2] after his previous venture, Catequil Asset Management, was closed amid a legal dispute.[3]

The fund is headquartered at 101 Park Avenue, 48th Floor, New York, NY 10178, USA. Touradji Capital is called a "Tiger Cub", as it is a fund that grew out of Julian Robertson's Tiger Management.[4]

In January–July 2012, Peter Borish was CEO of Touradji Capital Management.[5][6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Touradji says speculation changes commod[itie]s markets under management, Reuters, 13 Apr 2007
  2. ^ Wall Street's New Love Affair, Businessweek, 14 Aug 2006
  3. ^ Personal Feud Closes $1.5B Hedge Fund, Frederick Boyd, New York Sun, 28 Oct 2004
  4. ^ Touradji hedge fund hires Bram, Dow Jones MarketWatch, 31 Jan 2006
  5. ^ "CEO Leaves Hedge Fund Touradji Capital". Pensions & Investments/Bloomberg. July 10, 2012. Retrieved April 21, 2014. 
  6. ^ Pleven, Liam (January 10, 2012). "Touradji Names New CEO, Trading Director". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved April 21, 2014.