Duet Group is a global investment holding company founded in 2002
Who We Are
Duet Group is a global investment holding company co-founded by Henry Gabay in 2002.
Duet Group is a controlling shareholder of multiple asset managers, including Duet Private Equity, Emerging Markets Investment Management, Duet Alternative Investments, Merit Capital, and the Group’s centralised service company Hill Street Limited.
Since its inception, the firm has developed an established portfolio of products in areas of growing importance within the investing community. Across all of Duet Group’s asset managers, the investment teams are fully dedicated to their own strategies and leverage their unique blend of experiences to find value for its investors in all market conditions.
Duet Group is incorporated in Hong Kong with offices in London and New York. The underlying companies operate globally with offices located in Antwerp, Bruges, New York, Delhi and Accra. The Group’s multiple asset managers specialise in managing and advising on investments for either institutional investors such as Pension Funds, Investment Banks, Insurance Companies and Sovereign Wealth Funds or for retail investors such as high net worth and ultra-high net worth individuals.
Duet Group’s asset managers are supported by Hill Street Limited. This fully dedicated service company provides a robust global infrastructure which has been developed to provide a scalable support system for all our investment teams. Prioritising the interests of the firm’s investors is central to Duet’s business philosophy; this can be demonstrated through the group’s range of products and their established track records.
Emerging Markets Investment Management
EMIM is dedicated to managing assets through liquid funds across a range of emerging and frontier market focused strategies including Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund, and Africa Equity and Credit Funds.
Duet Alternative Investments
DAI is dedicated to managing Hedge Fund products.
The company is active in the following strategies:
- Multi Strategy Absolute Return (UCITS)
- Global Alpha Strategy
- Merit Care
Duet Private Equity
Duet Private Equity was established in 2003, and has built alliances with best-in-class strategic partners to leverage a vast network of local experience. The team has extensive experience in sourcing, structuring, executing, managing and creating value.
The group is active in the below areas:
- Emerging Europe
- Special Situations
DM Windsor is the holding company for our wealth management unit.
Merit Capital is a wealth manager providing a transparent and personal service. The firm was established in 2001 by a group of experienced investors and manages over $1.8bn in client assets.
The group is active in the below areas:
- Advisory Wealth Management
- Discretionary Wealth Management
In September 2018 Merit Capital acquired the assets of ‘Weghsteen & Co’, a Wealth Manager founded in 1890 in Bruges.
Hill Street Limited
Hill Street Limited provides operational services to the various entities owned by Duet Group
Duet Group supported the Game Changers soccer camp this week in Khayelitsha, South Africa. Having been investing in the continent since 2007, Duet is excited to support this local initiative
Published 25 May 2019 by De Tijd The British Duet group has completely taken over Antwerp’s asset manager Merit Capital, formerly strongly associated with liberal top politicians. “Within three years
We are pleased to announce that Emerging Markets Investment Management Limited (‘EMIM’), the liquid emerging markets focused investment arm of Duet Group has been appointed as sub-investment manager of the
Duet Private Equity, Through One of Its Investment SPVs Acquires 100% of the Leading Energy Utilities Company
Duet Private Equity, through one of its investment SPVs acquires 100% of the leading energy utilities company in Moldova, Red Unión Fenosa S.A. and Gas Natural Fenosa Furnizare Energie S.R.L.
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