UBS O’Connor China Long/Short Equity Strategy

Capture opportunities in China through relative value investing

The focus of the fund is to have a very low correlation to broader equity market, offering investors the opportunity to access interesting thematics without having to worry about the direction of the market.
John Bradshaw
Head of APAC
UBS O’Connor

Why a long-short approach to China investing?

The structural makeup of its onshore market presents a compelling opportunity set for investors to capture alpha.

Why UBS O’Connor for China Long/Short strategy?

Local research presence

in onshore China provides valuable input into investment process

Low net, alpha focused

both on long and short sides with market agnostic return drivers

Daily liquidity

Our UCITS structure for a hedge fund allows investors to enter and exit with ease

  • 0 years

    History of trading and market making, 20+ as a hedge fund manager with a strong focus on relative value investing and risk management

  • 0 billion USD

    Total AUM on behalf of institutional and high net worth clients

About John Bradshaw

Portrait of John Bradshaw

John Bradshaw
Head of APAC
Managing Director
UBS O’Connor

John has over 30 years of investment and trading experience. ​

He joined O’Connor in April 2012, and prior to this worked at UBS Investment Bank running the Asian Tactical Trading strategy for the segregated proprietary trading team called “The Fundamental Investment Group” from 2005 to 2012. Most of this time was spent in Hong Kong before moving to Singapore in 2011.

From 2001 to 2005, he was the Head of the Cash Equity Trading team for UBS Investment Bank which involved facilitating client business, trading a proprietary book as well as managing a team of seven professionals across Hong Kong/ London and New York.

Prior to his move to Hong Kong in 2001, he was based in London as a UK Equity Trader.