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The shares of Resolute Capital Growth Fund, which specialises in low-volatility, market-neutral strategies and invests primarily in currencies, have been listed on the Irish Stock Exchange, with NCB Stockbrokers, one of Ireland's largest independent securities firms, as sponsor.

'This listing is further evidence of our commitment to provide our investors with the maximum visibility into our fund operations,' says Resolute Capital founder and president Carlo Scevola. 'We strongly believe greater transparency leads to better informed investors and, ultimately, more predictable, less volatile markets.'

With annualised returns of nearly 30 per cent and a declared maximum risk of 2 per cent, the manager says Resolute Capital Growth Fund stands out in a crowded and often unstable funds arena.

'Our excellent returns coupled with low volatility are truly unique in the industry,' Scevola says. 'We rely on years of experience in trading and risk management, and on a solid and sophisticated proprietary trading strategy. Above all, what allows us to perform in all market conditions is maintaining a disciplined and rigorous approach to investment.'

Resolute Capital Growth Fund is a professional investment fund registered in the British Virgin Islands, licensed with the BVI Financial Services Commission. Since 2003, Scevola and his team have focused on market-neutral and performance-driven trading strategies that aim to provide investors with above-average returns through any type of market conditions.


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