TIG Advisors’ investment strategies offer proven and repeatable processes that have been applied through multiple market environments.
Each portfolio manager has the autonomy to maintain the culture, philosophy, and research capability that is distinct to their investment discipline, while drawing on the institutional infrastructure of TIG Advisors.
TIG Advisors and their affiliated managers currently operate the following distinct investment strategies:
Event-Driven Global Merger Arbitrage Strategy
This strategy focuses on 0-30 day events within the merger process. The team looks to uncover complicated situations where their primary research process provides an edge and generates alpha.
Real Estate Bridge Lending Strategy (Affiliated Manager)
This strategy focuses on complex construction, term, and pre-development bridge loans throughout North America. The Fund’s diversified portfolio primarily consists of first lien mortgages with no structural leverage. The team places an emphasis on risk management via rigorous underwriting consisting of borrower analysis, vetting, and extensive monitoring across all major real estate asset classes.
European Equity Strategy (Affiliated Manager)
This strategy is focused on European equities and based in London. Founded in 2001, the strategy is actively traded and absolute return-oriented with a focus on financials, cyclicals and mining and minerals. The approach is market agnostic and runs with a variable net exposure, equally comfortable net long or net short.
Asia Pacific Credit & Special Situations Strategy (Affiliated Manager)
This strategy is focused on Asia Pacific credit and special situations and based in Hong Kong. Leveraging more than 25 years of experience in the region and in fund form since 2013, the team invests in high yield performing, stressed and distressed situations through bonds, primary and secondary loans. The team’s on-the-ground expertise and deep local network make them well-positioned to capitalize on an under-researched and inefficient market with limited competition and attractive levels of stressed and distressed activity.