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Satori Capital invests in Pavise Capital Management

Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

Dallas-based alternatives manager Satori Capital announced an investment and acceleration partnership with Pavise Capital Management, which manages a long-biased event-driven U.S. large-and mid-cap equity strategy.

The Texas-based investment firm founded on the principles of conscious capitalism said that it has completed the $25 million investment as part of its Satori XL Partnership Program, which forms strategic acceleration partnerships with talented emerging investment managers that typically have at least a three-year track record and less than $100 million of AUM.

Pavise, the multi-strategy firm with more than $1 billion in assets under management (AUM), manages a strategy centered on rigorous fundamental research aimed at identifying investments with favorable long-term trends and short-term catalysts that have the potential to generate high risk-adjusted returns.

Pavise's approach involves a thorough and continuous analysis of public company data to anticipate shifts in competitive dynamics, business strategy, and market sentiment over time. As of August 31, 2019, the firm's AUM is approximately $45 million.

"We are very impressed with Pavise's ability to combine fundamental investing with a unique ability to efficiently and effectively identify catalysts by scrutinizing thousands of earnings reports, public filings, transcripts, and media materials in a short time, finding the needle of meaningful data in a haystack of ......................

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