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Opalesque Fund Tables - All AUM are in million euros, except Morgan Stanley in USD.

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

ALCEDA

Disclaimer: The data are for information only with no commercial issues. They have been provided by the Fund Platforms and do not have any objective to solicit orders. Past performance are not reflecting future performances.

MERRILL LYNCH

Disclaimer: The data are for information only with no commercial issues. They have been provided by the Fund Platforms and do not have any objective to solicit orders. Past performance are not reflecting future performances.

Deutsche Bank

Disclaimer: The data are for information only with no commercial issues. They have been provided by the Fund Platforms and do not have any objective to solicit orders. Past performance are not reflecting future performances.

LYXOR

Disclaimer: The data are for information only with no commercial issues. They have been provided by the Fund Platforms and do not have any objective to solicit orders. Past performance are not reflecting future performances.

MORGAN STANLEY – FundLogic

*YTD performance is equal to the LTD performance was launched in 2013.

SCHRODERS GAIA

* Schroder GAIA Sirios Equity was launched in 27 February 2013. YTD performance data is shown for the Sirios L/S strategy (UCITS chain linked to offshore).
* *The fund is hard closed

GOLDMAN SACHS



 
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