Ramius Capital is a $12 billion hedge fund founded in 1994 by Peter Cohen (former Chairman and CEO of Shearson Lehman Brothers) with Jeffrey Solomon (former CAO and Head of Corporate Development at Republic New York Securities Corp.).
Ramius offers Multi-Strategy and Single Strategy Investment Programs.
Multi-Strategy examples include: convertible arbitrage, merger arbitrage and activist investments, distressed securities, capital structure arbitrage, hedged equity, private convertibles, proprietary mortgages, fixed income arbitrage and structured credit investments.
Single Strategy examples include: Merger Arbitrage, Distressed Securities, Convertible Arbitrage, Deep Value Opportunity, Fundamental Equity Market Neutral, Systematic Global Long/Short Equity, Real Estate Equity, Real Estate Lending, Residential Prime Mortgage Backed CDOs.
Wedbush Upgrades Zoran (ZRAN) to Outperform; Possible Scenarios Playing Out from Proposed CSR Merger
Ramius Submits Consents for Three New Independent Directors to Zoran's (ZRAN) Board
Needham & Company Maintains a 'Hold' on Zoran (ZRAN); Merges with CSR; Deal Makes Strategic and Financial Sense
Zoran (ZRAN) Encourages Rejection of Ramius' Board Control Efforts; Sends Letter to Shareholders
Ramius Submits Solicitation Materials to U.S. SEC for Replacement of Six Zoran (ZRAN) Board Members