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1. Swiss investment giant Credit Suisse has launched a new alternative risk premia fund. The Credit Suisse Multi Asset Premia Fund will include more than 25 individual strategies across different asset classes and styles. It will also incorporate bestin-class strategies from multiple index providers. The allocation will be actively managed and follow a dynamic approach to risk and integrates the Credit Suisse house view.

2. Former Templeton Emerging Markets Group executive chairman and "father of emerging markets" Mark Mobius has co-founded a new asset management company to invest in firms that uphold social and environmental responsibility standards in the region. The new fund house plans to launch a Luxembourg-based open-ended fund, with funding from Mobius and partners, as well as some selected investors.

3. Artemis has announced a fifth member of its new fixed income team, hiring Jack Holmes from Kames Capital. The announcement comes after Artemis poached four members of Kames' fixed income team in December. Artemis is also set to launch a new Ucits fund. The Short-Dated Global High Yield Bond fund will be managed by exKames managers David Ennett and Stephen Baines, who both joined Artemis last year.

4. Man Group's discretionary investment management business Man GLG has launched Credit Multi-Strategy Alternative, a new Ucits fund. Man GLG Credit Multi-Strategy Alternative is a global multi-strategy long-short credit fund providing investors access to Man GLG's longrunning alternative credit strategy established more than 20 years ago.

5. Dutch Asset Manager Triodos Investment Management has launched three new sustainable mixed strategies, the firm has announced. The three new strategies, hosted on a Sicav Luxembourg platform, are the following: Triodos Impact Mixed fund - Defensive, Triodos Impact Mixed fund - Offensive and Triodos Impact Mixed fund - Neutral. The offensive and defensive funds are new launches, while......................

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