Monday, 30 March 2015
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May 11 2011 | 1:12pm ET
Oil hedge fund Vector Commodity Management closed to investors just days before a surprise drop in crude prices routed many commodity hedge funds.
Vector Commodity Management stopped accepting new money on May 1, after it reached $600 million, Bloomberg News reports. Four days later, oil prices swooned by more than 10%, catching many hedge funds off-guard and wiping out most if not all of their year-to-date gains.
It is unclear how much of a beating London-based Vector, launched two years ago by former Goldman Sachs fuel trader Gilbert Saiz, took last week. Some oil-heavy funds, including Astenbeck Capital Management and BlueGold Capital Management saw double-digit losses.
Vector had been up 16% through April.
The $600 million cap had been planned before the fund started trading.
Mar 9 2015 | 6:35am ET
As more investors look to diversify, many are beginning to use retirement funds to invest in alternative assets such as private equity and real estate. Kelly Rodriques, CEO & President of PENSCO Trust Company, explains how companies can connect with those looking to use their retirement accounts in a different way. Read more…
Mar 20 2015 | 12:45pm ET
StreetWise Partners, a non-profit organization that works with low-income individuals to help them overcome employment barriers, raised over $275,000 at the 2015 Raising the Ante Charity Poker Tournament and Casino Event last Wednesday evening at Capitale. Here are some photos from the event. Read more…