Frontier Offers Euro, Swiss Franc Share Classes

Jul 18 2011 | 8:30am ET

Frontier Investment Management has added a pair of currency share classes to its FrontEdge Global Hedge Fund of funds following calls from investors.

The London-based firm said it has launched euro and Swiss franc share classes based on demand from Euro-zone and Swiss institutional investors and family offices. The three-year-old fund now has four share classes and is also available in U.S. dollars and pounds Sterling.

The Cayman Islands-domiciled fund is roughly flat this year.


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