Retired hedge fund boss Martin Taylor says he plans to get back in the game


LONDON (Reuters) – British investor Martin Taylor, who closed his $1.5 billion (1.15 billion pounds) hedge fund Nevsky Capital and retired at 46, plans to get back in the market with a fresh perspective and a new firm.

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In December 2015, Taylor and co-founder Nick Barnes told investors it was not likely they could reproduce past gains and gave clients their money back.

It was a rare move in the industry and it came after a volatile…



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