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Toscafund reveals positive returns across the board

Friday, July 14, 2017

Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva:

Toscafund Asset Management LLP continues to outperform across all strategies, according to an announcement from the firm, which reported its net YTD returns up to the end of June.

The Tosca global long/short equity fund, which specializes in financials, business services and property, is up 19.3%, annualizing 12.9% over the last five years. The Tosca Opportunity fund, an activist UK equity fund, returned 14.3% YTD, annualizing 21.3% in the last five years. The Aptus Investment fund, a long-only equity UCITS focused on financials, is up 16.4%. The Tosca Micro Cap fund, which invests in UK-listed companies, is up 13.8%. And the Tosca Debt Capital fund, which provides loans to UK SMEs, returned 13.6%.

"At a time when many of our clients appear to find it difficult to achieve the annual returns that they require elsewhere, it is pleasing to note that all of our products are clearly adding value to the savings of those who choose to support Toscafund," said CEO and founder Martin Hughes. "This would not be possible without the hard work of our portfolio managers, analysts and operations team. I believe all of the funds operate in areas where the opportunities exist to continue the good performance."

Toscafund is a multi-asset manager founded in 2000, with approximately £3bn of assets under management, and offices in London, Manchester and Greenwich, Connecticut. Acco......................

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