Can a Tiger Change Its Stripes? Sylebra Capital Thinks So.

The Tiger Grandcub headed by Dan Gibson runs a low net exposure to lesser-known stocks.

Dan Gibson (Courtesy Photo)

Dan Gibson

(Courtesy Photo)

Earlier this year, a successful, little-known Tiger Grandcub moved its key people to the U.S., after the firm had spent its first 12 years based in Hong Kong. But the firm, Sylebra Capital, has assured clients that the relocation won’t change its investment strategy and focus, which sharply differ from the typical tech-focused Tiger fund.

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