iM Global Partner adds hedge fund replication strategy to OYSTER range

Run by Dynamic Beta investments

David Brenchley
DBi's Andrew Beer will co-manage the new OYSTER Stable Return SICAV fund

DBi's Andrew Beer will co-manage the new OYSTER Stable Return SICAV fund

iM Global Partner has launched a UCITS-compliant absolute return strategy run by Dynamic Beta investments (DBi) into the European market.

DBi co-founders Andrew Beer and Mathias Mamou-Mani will manage the OYSTER Stable Return SICAV fund, which will provide investors with an all-weather strategy focused on delivering stable hedge fund returns to institutional and retail investors with competitive fees, daily liquidity and transparency. It will look to replicate the portfolios of leading hedge funds using liquid exchange traded products using a proprietary replication process to outperform institutional-quality hedge funds, at an annual management fee of 0.8%. iM Global Partner launches US value UCITS fund Asset manage...

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