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One River Asset Management sells stake to Brevan Howard

Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Opalesque Industry Update - Brevan Howard has acquired a 25% non-controlling equity stake in One River Asset Management, an asset manager dedicated to delivering high-conviction absolute-return strategies and innovative investment solutions that help institutional clients build superior portfolios.

"We're extremely excited to have Brevan as a stakeholder," said Eric Peters, One River's Chief Investment Officer, "Now that interest rates are pegged near zero across the developed world, institutional investors will need to reconsider their approach to building robust portfolios. One River's abilities to think through and deliver creative solutions to the challenges that this environment presents are materially strengthened by our new partnership with Brevan Howard, the world's leading global macro absolute return manager."

Founded in 2013, One River Asset Management sees the world in a period of major economic and political transition, with the investment landscape shifting in ways that will make the coming five years look profoundly different from the past five. The firm's strategies are built to profit from this dynamic environment while providing strong diversification benefits to traditional investment portfolios. Each strategy is developed and managed in-house by One River's diverse team of investment professionals with deep expertise in thematic macro, volatility, systematic, and inflation trading/investing.

One River works in close partnership with some of the world's most prestigious institutions, exploring investment opportunities, market risks, and thinking through unique solutions to improve overall investment outcomes. The firm delivers its strategies at sensible fees via commingled Cayman funds. For large investors that require bespoke solutions, One River's strategies can be combined and delivered via fund-of-one vehicles, managed accounts, swaps and UCITS compliant structures.

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