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Lyxor's Fortune SG joint venture and Winton Capital Asia launch first CTA in China

Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Fortune SG Fund Management Co., Ltd (“Fortune SG”), Lyxor Asset Management (“Lyxor”) joint venture in China, and Winton Capital Asia, the Hong Kong subsidiary of the world’s largest CTA fund, launched the first CTA in China. This mandate mainly targets sophisticated investors including institutions and high net worth individuals. Also known as managed futures funds, CTA funds aim to make profits by investing in futures, forwards, and options markets globally.

This launch is a result of a partnership that Fortune SG and Winton Capital Asia have entered. It is based on a research consultancy agreement with Winton Capital Asia. Fortune SG and Winton Capital Asia work closely together in areas such as investment in futures markets and product development for managed futures mandates in China.

This partnership confirms Fortune SG’s capacity to pioneer new markets. Fortune SG is backed by Lyxor’s recognised experience in providing advice and solutions to alternative investors.

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