Brexit Bargains Scented by Asia’s Rich After Pound’s PlungeBy
Diggle seeks businesses that will benefit from sterling’s drop
UBS’s clients eye distressed property asset sales by funds
Stephen Diggle, whose Singapore-based hedge fund made a profit of $2.7 billion in the depths of the global financial crisis, plans to boost his family office’s investments in biotechnology companies in the U.K. after Brexit sent sterling tumbling to a 31-year low.
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