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Duo Reges nears three year milestone, joins AI Global Investors platform

Friday, July 30, 2021

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York for New Managers:

In June, emerging manager Duo Reges Capital Management and asset management firm AI Global Investors announced a partnership. Duo Reges, which is nearing its three-year milestone, will be joining AIGI's asset management platform. The current Duo Reges onshore fund will re-launch in Q3 2021 on AI's Laureates fund platform, with an offshore feeder to follow.

Through the partnership, Duo Reges will offer its investment strategies to US and offshore investors through both separately managed accounts and investment funds on AI-affiliated fund platforms.

AI Global Investors is a subsidiary of Alpha Innovations, an asset manager that invests in machine learning based strategies. AIGI is an emerging managers platform for quant strategies.

"We think this is a great opportunity to be part of a platform that really understands what we do and that will help us institutionalize as we near a milestone with our track record," Andy Chakraborty, CIO of Duo Reges tells Opalesque New Managers.

Duo Reges is a quantamental manager focused on finding patterns within algorithmic trading. The firm runs a long/short strategy based on work it has done to identify algorithmic biases and patterns in order to trade them.

Some of the signals are pretty straightforward if, for example, a bunch of robots have figured out a particular arbitrage......................

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