Revealed: Eric Sturdza and Crawford launch strategic long/short fund in the UK

First UCITS fund

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
clock • 3 min read

Eric Sturdza Investments and Boston-based Crawford Fund Management have launched a strategic long/short fund in the UK, Investment Week can reveal.

The Article 8 fund, which debuted on the Irish market last month, is Crawford's first UCITS fund. Now available in the UK, the fund has also been launched in Germany, Switzerland, France and Italy.  The fund now sits at $40m in assets under management, with the A class of the fund having a 15% performance fee and a 1.5% management fee. The fund's management all hail from the Crawford wing, with its CIO Christopher Crawford, COO Scott Utzinger and senior analyst Jonathan Saunders, who founded Crawford in 2009, all running the fund. Deuterium Capital Management launches long/short ...

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