Levco Aims To Bring In Additional Assets

Sep 22 2011 | 1:55am ET

Hedge fund Levco Capital Partners is gearing up for a fundraising drive.

The New Fairfield, Conn.-based firm disclosed its plans in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing yesterday. Levco, headed by James Levitas, has a $2 million minimum investment requirement, according to the filing.

The three-year-old fund currently manages more than $125 million.


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