'Big Short' investor Eisman's fund to spearhead Neuberger Berman's UK push

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Tom Eckett
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Dik van Lomwel of Neuberger Berman
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Dik van Lomwel of Neuberger Berman

Neuberger Berman is launching a UK-domiciled fund range, with the group's first strategy a global long/short equity fund, managed by 'Big Short' investor Steve Eisman.

The onshore range will sit alongside the firm's Irish-domiciled UCITS range, which manages around $3bn for UK investors, but it will not fully replicate it. Its aim is to enable UK investors to access...

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