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TLC Capital Group readies late summer launch of Salvus Hedged Yield Fund LP

Thursday, July 24, 2014
Opalesque Industry Update, for New Managers - Atlanta-based TLC Capital Group LLC is preparing the launch of a new option-hedged market neutral fund. The Salvus Hedged Yield Fund LP will employ the firm’s proprietary Hedged Yield Strategy, developed by CIO William J. Taylor, a 30+ year veteran of the Chicago financial markets and original member of the CBOE. The strategy employs the use of large- and mid-caps with historically increasing dividends and within tightly selected criterion, and utilizes options combinations to mitigate downside, while employing defined leverage to achieve alpha, with liquidity and low volatility.

According to Taylor, “The fund is designed for the preservation of capital and will offer investors the advantage of a defined market risk and a target high single digit ROR*. By investing exclusively in large- and mid-cap listed equities and hedging with corresponding listed options, the fund will offer unparalleled liquidity and transparency. We feel the fund will appeal to both institutional and individual investors alike, and should be a core holding for both.”

The Salvus Hedged Yield Fund LPwill launch later this summer with a $250,000 minimum subscription per investor.

William Taylor is also co-author of the popular Professional Traders Opinion newsletter - http://protradersopinion.wordpress.com/- with Ron George and has been widely published on Futuresmag.com, Seeking Alpha andtastytrade. TLC Capital Group is a partner with MVS Capital Management and is also merging operations with registered investment advisor SalvusFinancial LLC. The firm currently manages $25 million in AUM in an institutional SMA. Further information on the firm can be found at www.tlccapgroup.com.

PD

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