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FrontFour Capital Partners LP lists on AlphaMetrix Global Marketplace

Thursday, February 16, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update: AlphaMetrix LLC, founder and operator of the AlphaMetrix Global Marketplace (AGM), the leading secure online marketplace for private investments, today announced that FrontFour Capital has listed FrontFour Capital Partners LP as a transparent fund on AGM.

As a transparent fund, FrontFour Capital Partners LP will now be visible to the entire AGM network. FrontFour will retain its existing fund structure and service providers, while also offering current and future investors in-depth risk monitoring, state-of-the-art reporting, customized transparency and a thorough background investigation via the AGM.

“We are very excited to be a part of the AlphaMetrix Global Marketplace,” said David A. Lorber, Co-Founder and Portfolio Manager at FrontFour Capital. “We’ve always been strong advocates of transparency with investors, and we believe that listing on AGM will further enhance the strong relationships and trust we have built with them.”

“We are pleased to welcome the FrontFour Capital Partners LP fund to the AlphaMetrix Global Marketplace,” said Mikus Kins, Chief Product and Business Development Officer at AlphaMetrix. “As AlphaMetrix continues to build an even wider array of offerings, we are working to better serve our community of investors and the hedge fund industry at-large.”

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