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Pretium Completes Acquisition of Deephaven Mortgage from Värde Partners

Pretium and Värde Partners today confirmed the completion of their previously announced agreement for Pretium to acquire Deephaven Mortgage LLC (“Deephaven”) from Värde Partners.

Founded in 2012, Deephaven is a leader in the Non-Qualified Mortgage industry. The Company partnered with Värde in 2014 to help fund its growth and expansion, and has since invested in over $5 billion of Non-QM loans to become one of the leading issuers of Non-QM loan securitizations...

Ex-Macquarie quant team plots comeback

Hong Kong-based trio prepping fund with 'discretionary probabilistic' bent....

Centiva taps Eagle Investment for quant vet

Mark Schaefer joins multi-strat after 13 years at Princeton, New Jersey-based firm.

Morgan Stanley rehires former alternatives head

Zoe Parish rejoins former employer where she spent more than 21 years...

Ex-Tudor and Caxton PM preps quant launch

Altair Quant Macro Fund eyeing $100m launch by Q1 2020...

Paamco Prisma sees $8bn H1 asset drop

FoHF group refocuses business towards direct trading and discretionary services...

Korea Teachers Pension names Kyuhong Lee as CIO

The Korea Teachers Pension (KTP) has chosen Kyuhong Lee, who briefly served as head of Singapore-owned real estate investment firm Ascendas-Singbridge Korea last year, as chief investment officer, according to a spokesperson for the pension fund.

Mr. Lee will succeed Dae-yang Park, who left KTP to become CIO of sovereign wealth fund Korea Investment Corporation in July...

Arrowgrass hit with $7.2m lawsuit from ex-US head

Michael Edwards accuses closing HF of 'questionable practices'...

U.S. hedge fund dispute with South Korea heads to arbitration

An international arbitration panel will hold hearings next month in the United States in a case filed by two New York-based hedge funds against the South Korean government over a 2015 Samsung merger.

Mason Capital LP and Mason Management LLC filed suits in 2018 at both the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)...

Ex-Diamondback Capital founders raise $1bn for new fund launch

The former founders of Diamondback Capital Management, which ran $6bn at its peak, have raised $1bn for the second-biggest hedge fund launch of the year.

Richard Schimel, who most recently ran Aptigon Capital, one of the equities units at Citadel, and Lawrence Sapanski, who founded and ran Scoria Capital, launched Cinctive Capital on Tuesday.