Harvest Cap Launches Franchise Fund

Feb 1 2012 | 1:19pm ET

San Francisco-based Harvest Capital Strategies has rolled out a new hedge fund.

The Harvest Franchise Fund is a long-biased long/short equity vehicle, helmed by Jeff Osher. The fund focuses on U.S. investments, and is available in both onshore and offshore versions, HFMWeek reports.

There is a $5 million minimum investment requirement. The onshore version has commitments from 36 investors and the offshore fund from two.

Osher is also the manager of the $1.3 billion firm's Small Cap Partners fund.


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