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Goldman Sachs’s Oryza Asia Hedge Fund Said to Top $1 Billion

Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, set up to allow clients to invest with some of the bank’s top proprietary traders, raised about $1 billion for its first Asia hedge fund, said two people with knowledge of the matter.

The fund, named Oryza Capital LP, informed investors in June that it would stop taking additional money after capital committed had reached its capacity, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is private. The Asia-focused equity long-short fund started in September 2013 with an initial capital of $80 million, according to a document sent to potential investors.