Macro Strategies are the core of Dymon Asia’s business and represent the majority of the firm’s assets under management. The Dymon Asia Macro Fund (DAMF) is a discretionary global macro hedge fund trading highly liquid instruments including Asian and G10 currencies, interest rates and futures. Both fundamental macro and technical analysis are the foundation to formulating trade ideas. A dedicated team of 26 Portfolio Managers with an average trading experience of 19 years, each brings distinct market expertise in various Asian and global markets and asset classes to the DAMF.
The equity business seeks to combine Asia’s leading long-short investment talent with Dymon’s institutional-grade infrastructure and risk systems. The program offers investors innovative solutions via our multi-portfolio manager strategy or via direct access to select individual managers. The business was launched in May 2014 following an initial multi-year capital commitment from Temasek.
The Dymon Asia Equity Fund SPC (DAE) is an Asia-focused long-short equity hedge fund utilizing a multi-portfolio manager approach. The Fund was launched in May 2014 and is overseen by Jay Luo. The strategy allocates capital via a single co-mingled structure across a team of experienced equity long-short portfolio managers, each of whom have their own area of specialization.
The Dymon Asia Select Equity Long-Short Portfolio fund is thematic in nature. Principally GARP focused, the fund approaches core investment targets by studying and understanding structural shifts and disruptions in major industries. Nascent themes and ideas are generated on a constant basis and are backed up by bottom up research. Exposure is managed dynamically and tactically with top down inputs.
The Jadea Segregated Portfolio manages a Greater China-focused equity long-short strategy with an emphasis on capital preservation through active risk management. The strategy allocates capital to positions that are attractive relative to our expected value and follows a disciplined IRR approach on entry and exit prices, based on internal 1-year and 3-year IRR estimates.