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ArbitrOption ranked #1 event-driven manager by BarclayHedge

Monday, February 13, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update: ArbitrOption Capital Management ("ArbitrOption"), an independent wealth management firm, was recently awarded a ranking of #1 Event-Driven Manager (Past 12 Months) by BarclayHedge. The 12 month compound annual return as of the end of December 2011 was 26.93%.

Managing Partner Heath Winter said "ArbitrOption is honored to be recognized by BarclayHedge. This is a tremendous validation for the firm. When I formed ArbitrOption, my goal was to build an offering for the high net worth and institutional markets that could take full advantage of event-driven investing opportunities in exchange-listed options markets. BarclayHedge's recognition is a milestone in ArbitrOption's progress."

The full ranking is available here.

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