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Peak Partners launches new single manager FX fund

Saturday, November 05, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Leading specialist in alternative investment solutions Peak Partners launched on November 1st, 2011 a single manager Fund, specialized in trading the Foreign Exchange market.

Mr. Richard Morrish, Partner and Portfolio Manager says:
“Calling on 35 years of financial market experience and a unique proprietary trading system, we are aiming to deliver a one of a kind FX product which the market is demanding. One of the key elements we have targeted is risk and transparency to risk. The fund is structured to deliver transparency to the maximum downside risk in any trading scenario with the goal of high Alpha for the customer base. It is key elements like these which we feel provide a strong attraction for the investor. We are confident offering a product that has maximum downside risk exposure will be appealing to many investors, institutional as well as private. No surprises on negative performance makes this a valuable proposition especially in these troubled times”.

Peak FX Performance Fund is a Luxembourg umbrella SIF providing low, medium and high risk solutions to satisfy investors risk profile and investment goals. The three sub funds are structured to target high alpha whilst maintaining a controlled risk profile.

The Fund employs leverage varying between zero leverage (low risk sub fund) and up to 10 times leverage (high risk sub fund) with closed ended risk at all times varying from maximum 1% negative monthly performance for the low risk sub fund to 7% for the high risk sub fund. These products cover all risk appetites and deliver transparency as to the total risk that an investor is exposed to within each sub fund at all times.

(press release)


About Peak Partners:
Peak Partners SA, a Geneva, Switzerland based fund manager is a leading specialist in alternative investment solutions for institutional and private sophisticated investors. The company employs an experienced team of investment specialists. www.peakpartners.com

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