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Emerging Polish hedge fund bets on technology stocks and developed markets

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

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Maciej Wisniewski
Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva for New Managers:

Here is a rare Polish hedge fund which combines multi-strategy and global macro approaches and outperforms its peers thanks to original tactics.

Macromoney, a fund manager focused on concentrated investments in securities, futures and options listed on the main stock exchanges, is a BVI-based firm founded in 2012 with fund administration in London, prime broker services in New York, and operational offices in Warsaw, Poland.

Macromoney’s founder is Maciej Wisniewski, an investment professional with 20 years of experience. He also founded in 2005 Investors Investment Fund Company ("Investors TFI"), one of Poland's first privately owned investment fund management companies, and grew assets in six years from $3.5m to $700m. Most of the closed-end funds are listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Previously, he was Director of Trading at BZ WBK AIB Asset Management and Proprietary Trader for LG Bank, after beginning his career as a stockbroker at Raiffeisen Capital and Bank Millenium Securities. He claims to have established one of the first Polish hedge funds (2005), the first gold fund in Poland (2006) and the first private equity fund in Poland for private investors (2007).

The fund, Macromoney Global ......................

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