Thriving luxury brands boost Metronome Capital’s six-year success

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Metronome Capital, the London-based long/short equity manager led by former Lehman Brothers banker and Parvus Asset Management partner Sharif el Khazen, is flying high – powered by a mix of long conviction trades in European luxury brand names and a cluster of short bets on assorted declining sectors.

Launched in January 2014, Metronome’s strategy made 17.58 per cent last year – its sixth successive year of positive gains. On a three-year basis, the fund has annualised 10.7 per cent, while its annualised return since inception is 6.93 per cent. 

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