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Revere Capital Advisors announces partnership with Quest Partners

Thursday, October 21, 2010
Opalesque Industry Update - Revere Capital Advisors LLC announced its partnership with Quest Partners LLC, an established New York based CTA. Revere, a New York and London based alternative investment firm, said the partnership reflects its ongoing commitment to source the highest quality hedge fund managers.

Quest Partners LLC was founded in 2001 by Nigol Koulajian who previously cofounded Enterprise Asset Management LLC and Avalon Asset Management. The firm’s principals have 30 years of combined experience in system design and trading and are supported by a team of 6 professionals.

Quest offers a systematic futures and currency program trading in over 50 global markets. Quest’s models use technical and fundamental inputs to identify trading opportunities and manage risk allocations on a continuous basis. The models exploit market inefficiencies using trend following, mean reversion, carry and periodicity strategies.

The CEO of Revere, Dan Barnett, commented that “Revere’s founders have deep rooted experience in the selection and management of CTA strategies and are delighted to be partnering with a team as well established and respected as Quest. The fund’s liquidity, transparency and over ten-year track record make it an exceptional addition to the Revere platform.”

Revere Capital Advisors LLC, was founded by a number of former senior executives of the Man Group. The company aims to provide investors with access to the most talented hedge fund managers while providing rigorous levels of due diligence and on-going risk monitoring. Revere is providing Quest with corporate, management and advisory expertise as well as sales, distribution and technology infrastructure.

The first three managers that Revere has partnered with are Dickson Capital Management, a fundamental long/short equity fund based in London, Broadmark Asset Management, a San Francisco manager running futures and long/short full exposure strategies focused on the US market, and Bayswater Asset Management, a systematic global macro manager based in San Francisco. Corporate website: www.revereglobal.com

- FG

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