LONDON, April 20 (Reuters) - Goldbridge Capital Partners, the hedge fund manager founded by two former BlueBay Asset Management veterans, has shut, one of its key investors said on Monday, following losses in its fixed income hedge fund last year.
Goldbridge, launched in 2011 by former BlueBay fund managers Gina Germano and Dipankar Shewaram, with backing from Northill Capital, managed less than $200 million, one source close to the company said. Shewaram left the firm last year, records with Britain's Financial Conduct Authority showed.
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