Cenario Volatility Fund Debuts at $9M

Nov 17 2010 | 10:15am ET

The Cenario Volatility Fund hedge fund has debuted with $9.1 million in an uncapped equity offering, according to regulatory filings.

The document names New York-based Cenario Capital Management’s management team, including Karlheinz Muhr (chairman and CEO), Michael Salerno (managing director and CIO), Stephen Van Besien (managing director), Arnold Dilaura (managing director) and Mog Chu-Yang-Heu (vice president).

Muhr founded Cenario Capital Management in 2009. Prior to this, he had been co-founder and CEO of Volaris Advisors, a pioneer in the trading of volatility as an asset class. Volaris was acquired by Credit Suisse in 2003.

Cenario Capital has offices in New York City and Princeton, NJ.


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