One hedge fund is on a winning streak when it comes to takeovers of companies developing hepatitis C treatments.
QVT Financial, started by ex-Deutsche Bank prop traders, is among the largest shareholders of Inhibitex, which agreed over the weekend to a $2.5 billion acquisition by Bristol-Myers Squibb.
According to regulatory filings, QVT first bought shares for about $1 each in 2009, and also took warrants to acquire millions more shares at $1.46 each. That means QVT’s stock is worth about $105 million at Bristol-Myers’s takeover price, or very roughly 25 times what QVT paid for its investment in 2009.
Michele Ragazzi's Giano Capital returned 1.9% for March, taking the fund's year-to-date performance to 1.7%. Since its inception, Ragazzi's flagship fund has produced a compound annual return of 7.8%. According to a copy of the €10 million fund's March update, a copy of which ValueWalk has been able to review, Giano's most significant investment at Read More
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