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Opalesque Roundup: Global hedge funds generated $160bn in industry AuM in Q3 2020: hedge fund news, week 42

Monday, October 19, 2020

Opalesque Roundup: Global hedge funds generated $160bn in industry AuM in Q3 2020: hedge fund news, week 42

In the week ending October 16th 2020, Opalesque has revealead the four speakers of their next DIVERSIFICATION MATTERS webinar on October 27th 10 am EST where founder Matthias Knab will present a new slate of investment managers who not only were up / protected capital in the turbulent first quarter 2020 but also YTD and in previous years:

Matthew Zabloski - Managing Director & CIO, Delbrook Capital Advisors

  • Resource Opportunities Fund: Metals & Mining equity L/S
  • Ranks among the top performing sector focused funds
  • Up 222.4% since September 2018 launch vs. benchmark -23.8%
  • Applies Relative Value, Event-Driven and Long Duration strategies
Brett Craig - Portfolio Manager, Aura Group
  • Alternative Credit / SME Lending
  • Track record since Aug. 2017 with each month positive
  • Up 35% since launch and 9% over last 12 months
  • Significant market opportunity for Fintech enabled AltFi lenders
Francois Bonnin - CEO, John Locke Investments
  • Reinventing Trend Following
  • Track record since 2000
  • Only 5 down years
  • Made money each year since and including 2008
Cedric Kohler - Head of Advisory, Fundana

  • Hedge Fund of Funds
  • Track record since 2003
  • Fundana's two funds of funds breezily outperform ......................

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