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Scout Global selects HFO for middle, back office and risk services

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Beverly Chandler, Opalesque London:

Hong Kong based HFO has been selected to provide middle, back office and risk services to international multi-manager investor, Scout Global Funds. Scout Global Funds invests in a broad range of emerging, systematic and discretionary trading managers via managed accounts. The managers in which they invest on the Scout Global Funds platform cover a broad range of asset classes including listed futures, foreign exchange, international equities and options. They are located across numerous time zones and countries, and require a 24 hour service operation.

"Scout Global Funds has been investing in emerging managers via managed accounts since 2006. Our managers are up-and-coming systematic trading talent across multiple assets classes, trading frequencies and geographical location. This meant that we had to carefully select an outsourcing option capable of managing a diverse non-standard portfolio," said Oliver Alliker, Director of Scout Global Funds.

"With over twenty managers currently and several upcoming allocations, we required a group that could accommodate this kind of volume without compromising accuracy. Scout is a big believer in the use of technology to improve efficiency so we are pleased to have partnered with HFO."

HFO founder and CEO Ben Parker describes Scout Global Funds as a very sophisticated managed account investor. "Their decision to outsource middle and back office services is based on a desire to increase......................

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