Redhedge Asset Management has launched a new relative value hedge fund focusing on European investment-grade credit markets, tapping into increased demand from institutional investors.
London-based Heptagon Capital (Heptagon), a USD11.5 billion asset management firm, has marked the tenth anniversary of it UCITS platform.
Franklin Templeton unveils new K2 UCITS emerging markets strategy on liquid alternative hedge fund platform
Franklin Templeton is rolling out a new emerging markets-focused hedge fund strategy on its FTAF liquid fund platform, and aims to tap into sovereign and corporate debt opportunities with a “global macro style” of alpha generation.
Aikya Investment Management (Aikya), a specialist emerging markets investment firm based in London, has launched the Aikya Global Emerging Markets UCITS Fund.
“Active and dynamic” approach helps Syz Capital-Banca March multi-fund vehicle weather 2020 turbulence
Oyster BM Alternativos – an alternative UCITS fund of funds launched a year ago by SYZ Capital with Spain’s Banca March, and led by hedge fund industry veteran Cédric Vuignier – has weathered 2020’s turbulence to grow its assets to EUR100 million (USD118.1 million), making gains in Japanese and convertible arbitrage-focused positions.
Alma Capital Investment Management and Rothschild & Co Asset Management Europe sign an agreement to transfer the InRIS alternative UCITS platform
Alma Capital Investment Management has signed an agreement with Rothschild & Co Asset Management Europe to take over the InRIS alternative UCITS platform.
Pictet Asset Management, the investment management arm of Geneva-headquartered wealth management giant Pictet Group, is tapping into the surge in global stock market mispricings with a new hedge fund strategy that takes a higher risk, higher return approach.
Investcorp-Tages has launched a new systematic short-term UCITS fund with Eckhardt Trading Company (ETC) with USD115 million in AUM, seeded by Quilter Investors.
The Tungsten TRYCON AI Global Markets Find, which was one of the first AI-based UCITS strategies when it launched back in 2013 is up 4.1 per cent YTD in 2020. In the drawdown period up to March, when many portfolios suffered considerable losses, it was able to generate a gain of over 5 per cent.
The team behind the Lyxor Chenavari UCITS fund is repositioning the strategy for upcoming alpha-generating opportunities arising from the “choppy waters” of the forthcoming US election and Brexit.