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Stenham Asset Management inflows top $600m in 2010, total AuM $3.5bn

Thursday, January 27, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Stenham Asset Management, the multi-award winning investment management firm, announced that inflows into its funds during 2010 had exceeded US$ 600 million.

Stenham continues to see organic asset growth and has enjoyed inflows of around US$ 600 million in each of the past three calendar years. The inflows in 2010 exclude the merger with Montier Partners which was completed in September 2010.

Stenham has a diverse client base including the UK, Channel Islands, Europe, the Caribbean, the Middle East, South Africa and Latin America, and the growth has come from both existing and new clients in all these markets.

Kevin Arenson, Chief Investment Officer of Stenham Advisors Plc said: ‘The key to our consistent growth has been the primacy we put in our investment process including fundamental risk management which has enabled us to deliver strong absolute returns through some of the most difficult conditions ever encountered in financial market history. One of the advantages of steady inflows has been that we have been able to continue to invest in our business during the uncertain economic environment of the past few years. We have enhanced our back office systems as well as adding senior professionals to both our investment and management teams.’

Jeremy Alun-Jones, Managing Director of Stenham Asset Management added: ‘At Stenham we treat our clients as partners and are focused on helping them achieve their risk and return objectives. Their Interests are fully aligned with our senior management team all of whom are invested in the Stenham Funds alongside our clients. We have a loyal client base of many years standing and have attracted new business by consistently providing innovative investment solutions along with personal and tailored client service to sophisticated investors. We pride ourselves on providing our investors with detailed, bespoke and transparent reporting with direct access to our investment teams.’

(press release)


Stenham Asset Management has been active in fund management for over 25 years focusing exclusively on delivering absolute returns achieving a multiple award-winning track record. It provides market leading solutions for pension funds, charities, family offices and high net worth individuals, including both discretionary portfolios and funds of hedge funds. Total assets as at December 2010 are US$ 3.5 billion. www.stenhamassetmanagement.com


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