Nominees revealed for Eurekahedge annual awards

The red carpetFunds from Auscap, Parametrica and Segantii are among the nominees for best Asian hedge fund in this year's Asian hedge fund awards from Singapore-based data provider Eurekahedge.

The ceremony held in Singapore on May 27 will also award prizes for the best China hedge fund, best Japan hedge fund, best Asian billion-dollar hedge fund and most consistent Asia-based fund, along with a number of other categories.

Several individuals are in the nominee list thanks to this year's special achievement award, which aims to crown the best female hedge fund manager. Cynthia Ng of SAM Fund, Jenny Tian of the Springs China Opportunity Fund and Nandita Agarwal Parker of the Karma Star Fund are in the running, along with three others.

Funds Europe is a media partner to the event.

See the full list of nominees below, with further details on Eurekahedge's website (requires free registration).

Regional Awards

Strategy Awards

Special Awards

Special Achievement Award
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