Paulson Plans Canadian Retail Fund

Feb 18 2010 | 2:09am ET

It will be easier for Canadian investors to get a piece of John Paulson if a proposed new Toronto-listed fund comes to be.

Paulson & Co. is working to create a closed-end fund, expected to list on the Toronto Stock Exchange, that will track the performance of some of the New York-based hedge fund’s products, Dow Jones reports. That would make Paulson’s funds available to retail investors in Canada.

It is unclear which Paulson funds would be included in the closed-end vehicle.


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