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Quantamental based hedge fund Goldsky Asset up 16.05% through September, beating its benchmark

Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

Quantmental and behavioral science based hedge fund focusing on global equities Goldsky Asset Management was up 16.05% through September, beating its index benchmark by 7.94%. Since inception in December 2015, the hedge fund has delivered a consistent 19.45% per annum return to investors.

The strong performance of Goldsky Asset was well ahead of the 12.66 percent return by the benchmark MSCI AC World Net index over the same period, the company said in a statement.

Because of its consistent positive returns, Goldsky Asset has been named among the top hedge funds in the Asia Pacific region over the past year at the 2017 AsiaHedge Awards in Hong Kong, beating eight other finalists to secure the prestigious Global Equity category.

"The AsiaHedge award is a testament to what we have been able to achieve on behalf of investors, that is ensuring the highest possible returns combined with the lowest risk profile," said Ken Grace, fund manager.

The award was given to Goldsky for topping the global equity category for funds under $200m and was recognized for successfully managing volatility while delivering outstanding returns for investors.

Acknowledging the best risk-adjusted performers in the Asia-Pacific for the past 16 years, t......................

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