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Fineo Absolute Return fund launches on the RCube platform

Friday, February 28, 2020

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York for New Managers:

Fineo Absolute Return fund has launched on the RCube Asset Management Platform. The French AIF strategy uses artificial intelligence and quantitative tools to analyze option price moves and make short term futures trades.

The strategy was developed by Yann Buril - a former proprietary trader at Nomura and senior equity derivatives trader at Société Générale. The fund is targeting a mid-teens return with a sharpe ratio above 1.

Fineo Absolute Return is launched on the platform in partnership with UK-based Fineo Technologies and is available as an AIF or as within a separately managed account.

Paris-based RCube Asset Management is a platform that provides native and hosted nice hedge fund strategies that are sometimes limited in capacity. RCube's management team curates the strategies available on the platform based on the uniqueness of a given strategy as well as the manager's ability to generate alpha through a repeatable process. Managers on the platform are expected to invest in their own strategies to ensure alignment with investors. RCube's funds are available to investors in both the EU and the US.

This is the second recent launch for the RCube platform. At the end of last year, the Aquanthus Premia strategy launched, led by Olivier Alvarez, who was previously head of the quantitative team for BNP Paribas As......................

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