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OPIM, Golden Finger launch Cayman-domiciled CTA macro hedge fund

Hong Kong-based hedge fund platform OP Investment Management Ltd. (OPIM) has teamed up with Golden Finger (Cayman) Fund Company to launch Goldenfinger Global No.4 Fund SP (Sunrise SPC), a Cayman domiciled hedge fund for professional investors.

Li Jiacheng, the director of Golden Finger (Cayman) Fund Company and Chairman of Hebei Gold Finger Investment Management Co. Ltd., will be managing the new CTA macro fund, aiming to deploy a strategy primarily driven by short-term trading and band tactics and trading major commodities markets including the Commodities Exchange (COMEX), New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), etc.

The fund will mainly invest in futures, options, commodities including gold, silver, and crude oil, and a wide range of currencies. "We're merging traditional macro research with modern technical analysis in order to identify economic, political and liquidity drivers and capture short-term trading profits," said Li. "We also see acceleration in global FX activity to be driven by the RMB internationalization, and we believe our strategy is well poised to take advantage."

Li has over 10 years of experience in investment management and 15 years of proprietary commodities-related research and has developed in-house technical models to identify opportunities in the sector

Alvin Fan, chief executive officer added: "Li is a prime example of the growing talent previously only available to a closed demographic of domestic investors. As the CTA space continues to mature in the region, we're excited to help Golden Finger build its offshore track record."

Opalesque Note : Alvin Fan participated in the Opalesque 2016 Hong Kong Roundtable and discussed opportunities in China's hedge fund space: K. Manalo

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