At KIS Capital our mission is to be rewarded through performance
KIS Capital Partners is a boutique absolute return fund manager based in Sydney, Australia with an Asia ex Japan trading focus. We believe that an absolute return fund should be risk and performance focused with strong attention to investment differentiation. Absolute return funds should not be asset gatherers. We invest alongside our clients in liquid and transparent markets with a focus on pragmatic and vigilant risk management.
Venturing Into China
7th Aug 2017
Early last month I once again joined Peter Diamandis and some Abundance 360 members on a trip into China. This...READ MORE
KIS Asia Long Short Fund wins “Best Asia Ex-Japan Hedge Fund” at the Eurekahedge Awards
31st May 2017
The team at KIS Capital is pleased to announce the KIS Asia Long Short Fund was awarded the “Best Asia...READ MORE
TABCORP & TATTS – MONOPOLIES AND INNOVATORS
18th May 2017
The Tabcorp-Tatts merger has been the source of much press over the last few months. Our attention, however, has been...READ MORE
KIS Capital Chief Investment Officer, Josh Best, provide’s a brief analysis of “The Amazon Effect”. Using Super Retail Group as…
KIS Capital Chief Investment Officer, Josh Best provides a mainland China investment update following his recent visit to Hong Kong….
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas was overrun by exhibits showcasing the latest developments in the field…
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We believe financial markets will tend towards equilibrium over the long term; however over the short to medium term, inefficiencies will create mispricing.
We seek to identify, react quickly and take advantage of these situations when we identify catalysts to support the closing of this mispricing.
We believe Equities as an asset class provides the opportunity to generate alpha on the back of inefficiencies that exist due to the diversity of market participants pursuing differing agendas.
In our opinion investors approach their investment decisions with a bias based upon fundamentally incorrect analysis.Learn more