The subsidiary of San Francisco-based hedge fund firm Farallon Capital Management announced that it has changed its name.
Noonday Asset said in a statement Friday that Noonday will now operate under the Farallon Capital name, which will unite all of the latter’s global offices under a single name. The change has been effective since November 1.
Noonday Asset Management Asia CEO Ray Zage added that despite the change, the Noonday name may continue to be used for certain investment activities.
Founded in 1986, Farallon Capital manages approximately $19 billion in assets. Farallon manages assets locally from its global offices in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo, through subadvisory relationships with the former Noonday Asset Management.