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SystematicEdge to join Privium Fund Management in Hong Kong

Friday, March 23, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - Privium Fund Management announced that SystematicEdge is launching their Systematic Multi-Asset Class strategy on our SFC regulated platform based in Hong Kong. SystematicEdge is an investment solutions firm that specializes in systematic, multi-asset class strategies. They use their 25 years of industry experience and the latest technology to optimize risk adjusted returns and drastically compress costs.

Alain Groshens is the Founder of SystematicEdge and for the past 25 years he has been directly in charge of multi-asset portfolio management and head of trading divisions for major European Investment Banks, accountable for generating returns and managing risks.

He explained "We created SystematicEdge because we could not find a safe, transparent, liquid, institutional level offering to manage our own money. So, for the past 2 years we have been managing our family's portfolio using our systematic multi-asset class offering that has delivered on its objective of double-digit annualized returns with single digit volatility. We are now opening the offering to external investors."

Privium Fund Management's CEO Clayton Heijman said "We are excited to be able to offer such an innovative systematic, multi-asset class investment solution on our infrastructure. The systematic, multi-asset space is where we see a lot of demand, and there is very little offering of this calibre. We have already received a lot of interest for this strategy."

SystematicEdge's investment objective is twofold:

• Long term capital preservation
• Double digit annualized returns with single digit volatility

They believe financial services are at an inflection point, and they are focused on leveraging new technologies coupled with Quantitative Research to offer compelling investment solutions while compressing costs.

Their clients are Family Offices, Asset Managers, Life Insurance, Private Banks and other Professional Investors seeking to invest in the next generation of efficient investment solutions.

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