You can just forward them straight to Sterling Ridge Capital Management, New York, N.Y.
Richard Schimel will launch a new hedge fund later this year, less than 12 months after closing Diamondback Capital in the wake of the U.S. government's insider-trading investigation.
"The investment model at Sterling Ridge will focus on a single integrated portfolio that I will manage, similar to what I did in the main portfolio at Diamondback," Schimel wrote in a letter to potential investors on Tuesday. He wrote that he is excited about the launch in the fourth quarter.
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