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Pinnacle Awards Nominees Announced

Monday, April 22, 2013

The CMEGroup and BarclayHedge announced the following nominated firms for the Managed Futures Pinnacle Awards: AAA Capital Management Advisors, Ltd

AC Investment Management IPM Systematic Macro
ACL Global Fund ITB Capital Management, LLC
Alder Capital J E Moody & Company LLC
Bornhoft Group LJM Partners, Ltd.
Bridgewater Associates, Inc. Newton Capital Partners
Crabel Capital Management Optima Discretionary Macro Fund Limited
Doherty Advisors Protec Energy Partners LLC
Dominice & Co. Asset Management QuantMetrics Capital Management
Eagle Trading Systems Inc. Rosetta Capital Management, LLC
Esulep LLC] Sasco Energy Fund L.P.
Global Ag, LLC Signina Capital AG
Global Sigma Group, LLC Stenger Capital Management, LLC
GMO Australia Ltd Two Sigma Investments, LLC
Harmonic Capital Warrington Asset Management Corporation

Managers were nominated for a total of 14 awards, based on quantitative data from BarclayHedge (methodology information below). All winners will be announced and presented an award during the awards ceremony.

For more information on specific award categories and their associated nominees, visit: www.mfpawards.com

EVENT DETAILS
Wednesday, June 19
Four Seasons Hotel
Chicago, IL

5:30 - 7:00 p.m. - Registration and cocktails
7:00 - 10:00 p.m. - Seated dinner, awards, and entertainment
10:00 p.m. - Post awards after-party



 
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