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Darius Capital Partners win strategic mandate from leading managed account platform

Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Opalesque Industry Update - Darius Capital Partners is pleased to announce it has been retained as external advisor to Deutsche Bank’s X-Markets Platform. This significant assignment includes providing comprehensive and independent due diligence on each of the Platform’s existing managers as well as sourcing new managers across the various hedge fund strategies. These due diligence reports are available to Deutsche Bank clients via Darius Capital’s password protected website.

Darius Capital’s advisory services also engage in constructing customized portfolios and fund-linked products from the Platform. Both allow Darius Capital to take full advantage of its extensive knowledge of each manager as well as capitalize on the liquidity and transparency benefits intrinsic to the X-Markets Platform. “Our unique ability to provide tailor made hedge fund solutions combined with our unmatched insight into each of the funds on the X-Markets Platform create an attractive value proposition for today's institutional investors seeking liquid, transparent and fully understood hedge fund portfolios,” says Reza Ghodsi, Founder and President of Darius Capital.

About Darius Capital Partners:
Darius Capital Partners is a 6 year old dedicated and independent Hedge Fund advisory and research firm based in Paris and New York. Darius Capital provides cost-efficient customized Hedge Fund solutions including gatekeeping, due diligence and portfolio construction services to institutional investors worldwide, including postal services, insurance companies, pensions, asset managers and private banks. The company is a SEC Registered Investment Advisor and a Registered Investment Advisor in France (CNCIF – approved by the AMF).

About Deutsche Bank’s X-Markets Platform:
Deutsche Bank’s X-Markets Hedge Fund Platform has been developed to address Hedge Fund investors' concerns over fraud, illiquidity and limited transparency. Deutsche Bank has eradicated these issues by building a platform that is liquid, transparent and has control over assets. Deutsche Bank was awarded Hedge Fund Derivatives House of the Year in 2009... Corporate website: Source

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